New York, NYUSA
October 22, 2009
An instigator at MoS DD's Living System designs thrive on intraconnected social ecologies.
I was absorbed in gardening "permaculture style" for 6 years on a piece of land at the top of Queens. I was working on a documentary about why the town of Reston was developed. Why are't there more pedestrian communities with village centers if this is what people are seeking? Over the past decade there has been a movement toward more walkable communities, like where I grew up -- "historic" Reston. People call it an experiment. Since then I have interviewed the founder, the original developer, Mr Robert E Simon, and other elders about early Reston. A town that was to be about people not buildings.
www.moscollective.net Like minded people, working to design lifestyles that empower people while leaving a by-product of better water air & soil. A village piece by piece, person by person.
-Earthdance: living systems in Evolution - Ecocities: Richard Register: with a brief history of settlement design
Yes all the above. Although MoS is a wordpress theme I use for the non-profit, I have designed many web sites (with programmers). I work with companies to design promotions, packaging, their logos, web sites. Understanding Permaculture Design thinking is very helpful for all businesses.
Fun to have so many wonderful people in one place and a squished delightful reception. We continued at Jimmy's No 43 afterwards. Remember to contact MoScollective.net to get involved with the upcoming Mud Ball Ball, Sun 6/1. We are in the fun planning/brainstorming phase. Participate, partner, or simply be listed as a "thumbs-up advocate". Our mission is to make bioremediation-cycles a by-product of human routine and amusement - a maker fair of bioremediation.
Hi DeeDee. I'm very interested in getting involved in Permaculture and other earth friendly practices. I would also be delighted to help out with your mud ball project. Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help.
Is there more information about the documentary available?