By cmartenson on Mon, Feb 23, 2009 - 4:42pm

Crash Course Lecture in Montague MA

What:  A very brief review of the foundational material (30 min) to provide essential context for my view of "What comes next?"  (60 min), leading to a discussion of what local communities might consider as options at this point (30 min).

When:  March 8th (Sunday) from 3-5 p.m.

Cost:  We rent the hall, you decide on an amount, ranging from $5 to $10/person.  

Crash's picture

New folder idea - moderators, what do you think?

Hi Moderators,

myself and Dogs_in_a_pile have come up with an idea for a new folder, called something like "community action" similiar to "crash course promoting" where a sticky would describe the rules, ie keep to specific community actions and groups and related themes, such as transition towns, coop farms, permaculture groups etc, what is working, what people are doing, new ideas

jerry_lee's picture

medical care preparedness

My wife and I are in the process of deciding where to move when/if we sell our house. Any move just about necessitates that one of us give up our job. We're looking at trade offs.  In one scenario we would have a rent free house to live in but we would lose our employer sponsored health insurance. Although we are both in good health, we are 60 and 56 yrs of age. As we thought about how to cover our health care needs in the immediate, we also wondered where health care will be in a year? 5 years? 10 years? Does anyone have insights to share?

arjuna's picture

Economic Growth <> Smart Growth

Hi all,

I posted the following in response the "Bartlett on Growth" message:


I received a suggestion to cross post it here (slightly edited):

joe2baba's picture

First Crash Course Showing

we just had our first public showing of the crash course in Fayetteville, A r.

we had 25 people show up with just a week and a half of posters and fliers and word of mouth.

Fayetteville is a very progressive town in the ozarks just 40 minutes from walmart world headquarters .

and 10 minutes from tyson world headquarters ( the largest protein prducer on the planet).

i showed part 1 which was chapters 1-12 and 15. this broke down to about half, time wise . » Read more