This is Going to be Exciting!!
How would you like to be able to network with other folks who sincerely care about the planet and making it better, and maybe even making some money while doing so? IOE and our partners NTP/CEED will be initiating Ecolonomic Meetup Groups around the country!! Starting in Northern Colorado, we will be having a monthly networking, socializing and educational event with refreshments, speakers, and other cool things.
We have started three Meetups here in Northern Colorado which are listed below. Please join one or all of these and join with us to meet on a regular basis and talk about how we can do little things and big things to “Make a little Money Making the Planet Better”.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 303-495-3705 for more info. More announcements about times and dates to come. Also, we need volunteers to help so let us know if you are interested!! Meetups help people with shared interests plan meetings and form offline clubs in local communities around the world getting together doing something. You can find Meetups in your area, they are found every where.
Examples of Meetup Groups Around the Country
Meetups are groups of people with shared interests plan meetings and form offline clubs in local communities around the world. Meet your people in your area, offline. Get together to do something, learn something, share something.
This is a place to meet other locals interested in Urban Homesteading and simple living skills like gardening, food preservation, caring for livestock, wilderness survival, alternative energy, edible landscaping, permaculture, container gardening . . . sustainability and resilience. These skills enable you to live harmoniously with nature’s processes thereby improving the habitat for all living things around you. Learn More
Want to get out of the city and do some farm work under blue sky and over fertile soil, in a beautiful valley of delight?
Ananda Valley Farm in Half Moon Bay, CA is a nonprofit CSA farm. Every Saturday we host a volunteer day, where anyone can come out and “be a farmer for a half day or a whole day”.
There’s something for everyone to do: create new garden beds, add compost to enrich the soil, sow seeds for the new crops, join in clean-up projects, and other fun opportunities to serve together in joy. Add your energy to the land in tending the plants and fruit trees, landscape beautification, and giving our group farm the loving care it needs to continue thriving. Get away from the city for a few hours, and bask in the revitalizing joys of nature in the valley at Ananda farm. So many find it amazingly healing, giving them an inspirational lift that last days and weeks after. Learn more
Come learn some new skills, or share what you know!!
The Sustainable Skills Society is a member-to-member skill-sharing collaboration.
We are committed to living a simpler, more sustainable way of life which is more connected to our community and invested in the resilience of its members. Through a focus on a healthy balance of self-sufficiency and local reliance we imagine a more sustainable existence, at peace with each other, and in harmony with our environment.Learn More
The Farm is an initiative of the Cobblestone Project and is designed to use agriculture to help the under-resourced in our community by focusing on six strategic pillars to include: Hunger Relief, Education, Economic Development, Community, Environmental Sustainability.