The intentional communities movement is growing and evolving. New, innovative communities are expanding our conception of what they can look like and why they matter. Communities that have been around for decades are helping us articulate the lessons learned and how they can be applied. A growing number of organizations supporting a range of regenerative communities are coming together to collaborate, and intentional communities are increasingly finding their place in a much larger movement of movements working towards a cooperative, just, and sustainable world. Come for a presentation, Q&A, and discussion with Sky Blue, Executive Director of the Fellowship of Intentional Community.
Friday, March 22, 2019
Veggie potluck 7:00 to 8:00pm
(please bring your own non-throw-away eating ware to make this a zero waste event)
Talk, discussion, Q&A: 8:00 to 10:00pm
117 Bimini Place
Los Angeles 90004
$5 to $10 sliding scale (no one turned away)
213-738-1254 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sky Blue has spent the last 20 years living in, working for, and networking and organizing intentional communities, cooperatives, and community organizations. He works as the Executive Director for the Fellowship for Intentional Community and is a founder and core steward of the Global Ecovillage Network of North America Alliance. He’s visited dozens of communities and cooperatives, in the US and in Europe, consulted with a variety of groups, and has helped organize Communities Conferences at Twin Oaks, on the West Coast, and in the Southwest.
See Sky’s blog here