What we're about

This group is for the community to to share skills and resources. Somewhere to vision, debate and collaborate with each other.

We will try to organize at least one meetup each month, but encourage others to create and host meetups as well!

Potential topics could include:

Food
Local Food, Slow Food, Herbs and Healing, Soil, Bees, Urban Gardens and Homesteading, Healthy Cooking, Farm Shares, Trends, Healing with Food, Wild Crafting, Seed Banks, Food Forests, Permaculture.

Home
Innovative Architecture, Tiny House Movement, Urban Homesteading, Conscious Design, Feng Shui, Green Building, Tiny Houses, Getting off the Grid, Emergency Preparation, Cohousing, Intentional Community, Energetics of Place.

Gaia
Deep Ecology, Living systems, Indigenous Wisdom, Earth Based Spirituality, Wilderness Skills, Nature Spirits, Earth Changes, Climate Changes.

Energy
Solar, Wind, Geothermal, Biofuels, Hydrogen, Hybrid Systems, Electric Cars, Alternative Transportation, Politics of, Free Energy/Tesla, Future of Energy.

Tribe
Community Organizing, Transition Towns, Resiliency, Social Capital, Leadership, Collaboration, Resource Sharing, Community Building, Crowd Sourcing, Communication and Social Media, Barn Raising.

Generations
Conscious Parenting, Rites of Passage, Eldering, Mentoring, Coming of Age, Teens, Aging, Our Legacy, Generation Gap, Honoring our Elders, Planning for Future Generations, Ancestors.

Money
Financial Permaculture, Personal and Cultural Beliefs about Money, Money Management, Alternative Currencies, Time Banks, Barter, Spirituality and Money, Gift Economy, Philanthropy, Micro-credit, Local Currencies and Economy, Ecological Accounting, Equity Sharing, Organizational Structures and Ownership.

Upcoming events (5+)

New Visions For a Resilient Future

Winslow Public Library

Sustain Mid Maine Coalition’s Education and Community Outreach Team invites you to join us for these discussions. To register for the program email: [masked] 3:30- 5pm Winslow Public Library On January 10 and 24, we will discuss Climate, A New Story by Charles Eisenstein. Eisenstein presents a “wholesale reimagining of the framing, tactics, and goals we employ in our journey to heal from ecological destruction.” Pick up a copy of this book at the Winslow Public Library on January 3rd during library hours, 1-7 pm after registering at the email address above. On February 7 and 21, we will discuss Coming Back to Life: The Updated Guide to the Work That Reconnects by Joanna Macy and Molly Young Brown. This book “points the way forward out of apathy, it offers personal counsel as well as easy-to-use methods for group work that profoundly affect peoples' outlook and ability to act in the world. Pick up your copy of this book at the Winslow Public Library on January 31 between, 1-7 pm after registering at the email address above. The Sheridan Corporation has generously provided funding for the program.

Is The Electric Economy the Future of Energy

150 Main St

A talk on the necessity and practicality of converting NOW to renewable energy

New Visions For a Resilient Future

Winslow Public Library

Sustain Mid Maine Coalition’s Education and Community Outreach Team invites you to join us for these discussions. To register for the program email: [masked] 3:30- 5pm Winslow Public Library On January 10 and 24, we will discuss Climate, A New Story by Charles Eisenstein. Eisenstein presents a “wholesale reimagining of the framing, tactics, and goals we employ in our journey to heal from ecological destruction.” Pick up a copy of this book at the Winslow Public Library on January 3rd during library hours, 1-7 pm after registering at the email address above. On February 7 and 21, we will discuss Coming Back to Life: The Updated Guide to the Work That Reconnects by Joanna Macy and Molly Young Brown. This book “points the way forward out of apathy, it offers personal counsel as well as easy-to-use methods for group work that profoundly affect peoples' outlook and ability to act in the world. Pick up your copy of this book at the Winslow Public Library on January 31 between, 1-7 pm after registering at the email address above. The Sheridan Corporation has generously provided funding for the program.

New Visions For a Resilient Future

Winslow Public Library

Sustain Mid Maine Coalition’s Education and Community Outreach Team invites you to join us for these discussions. To register for the program email: [masked] 3:30- 5pm Winslow Public Library On January 10 and 24, we will discuss Climate, A New Story by Charles Eisenstein. Eisenstein presents a “wholesale reimagining of the framing, tactics, and goals we employ in our journey to heal from ecological destruction.” Pick up a copy of this book at the Winslow Public Library on January 3rd during library hours, 1-7 pm after registering at the email address above. On February 7 and 21, we will discuss Coming Back to Life: The Updated Guide to the Work That Reconnects by Joanna Macy and Molly Young Brown. This book “points the way forward out of apathy, it offers personal counsel as well as easy-to-use methods for group work that profoundly affect peoples' outlook and ability to act in the world. Pick up your copy of this book at the Winslow Public Library on January 31 between, 1-7 pm after registering at the email address above. The Sheridan Corporation has generously provided funding for the program.

Past events (183)

New Visions For a Resilient Future

Winslow Public Library

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