We've created Groups to help you connect with, collaborate with, and learn from like-minded others.
Note that there are two types of Groups:
- Local Groups: Find people geographically near you who can help you with your preparations
- Interest Groups: Join online communities dedicated to a specific topic, passion or skill
Find the right Group for you using the form below (see demo). You can join as many as you like.
The all-purpose resource for helping the wonderful folks who attended the Rowe 2013 seminar stay in touch, support each other & collaborate
James Howard Kunstler says that the suburbs will become the "slums of the future." This group is for those of us who don't want to see that happen. We live in an environment that is restricted by HOA regulations, oversized homes, and small lots. Many of us are not in a position to move. Hopefully we will find solutions to increase resiliency in our homes and encourage sustainability in our communities.
To help those living in Sonoma County, CA meet and collaborate with other like-minded preppers.
To help people in San Francisco and the North SF Bay Area connect, exchange ideas, build community, and, to the greatest extent possible in a wobbly world, enjoy preparing for an uncertain future. If you're interested in connecting, sign up as a member and let's find a convenient time and place to get together.
Facing the unique cultural and weather climates of the Deep South to build for a sustainable future.
Help promote the 3Es message locally and around the world in a coordinated fashion.
Calling all Southern Vermonters! It's time to get a show of hands and see who from our local network is present here at Peak Prosperity.
The goal of the group is to explore and share knowlege and experiences with cooking and food preparation. The primary focus will be on how we all can work towards eating healthier and building resiliency through our diets and lifestyle choices.
So how do you become more resilient with food? What skills in the kitchen are helping you prepare for a changing world?
Grow, Cook, Eat!
Our mission is to build community resilience and relationships for all Peak Prosperity members who identify the Philadelphia region as home. Whether you're hailing from the west in PA, the east in NJ, or the City of Brotherly Love itself, let's get together and work through the challenges of the future!
We wish to gather and share ideas, inspiration and work as we build a world that we want to live in and one full of kindness and abundance to leave to our children.
The modern medical model calls for the birthing, care, and feeding of babies to be a highly technological experience. In the future, complete self-reliance and parent-to-parent mentoring may well be essential to the survival of mothers and children. Let's talk about ways to handle birthing, breastfeeding, and babycare when modern technology is unavailable or undesirable. (Note: No comments in this group are endorsed by Peak Prosperity or are to be construed as medical advice under any circumstances.)
Our mission is to create a local community in the Portland area where we can connect, discuss, and implement pathways to maximize our prosperity. We aim to help each other navigate the issues in front of us as a community, country, and planet.
The Twin Cities Minnesota Peak Oil Community (TCMNPOC) is a community within the Twin Cites and surrounding metro area who wish to discuss, plan, and prepare for the exciting future ahead.
Our Mission: To support and forward the developent of Commercial Aquaponics as a viable way to earn a good living, in the face of "Big Ag" and to level the playing field for small commercial farmers without resorting to mechanization or the extreme use of fossil fuels.
Let's collect it here! What useful things have you learned from your elders, your childhood, and the stories of others?
In another group, user ptwisewoman wrote:
[My elderly mother] grew up on a subsistence farm in this area and has a ton of information in her head that she can share. Sometimes we have to work at getting it out but it sure makes the problem solving easier sometimes.
Building on the relationships, learnings & positive momentum towards action of the 2012 weekend seminar at Kripalu
Planning the Great Escape? Curious to see other lands, cultures, people? Willing to share your experiences of living, working and resettling abroad?
This group gives space to ask questions, get advice and practical can do to create international connectivity!
Work towards building more resilient communities in the Sierra Foothills region of California. We shall share knowledge, skills, and resources to better prepare for the future ahead.
Our mission is to build a community of concerned citizens to share their knowledge and experiance toward building a sustainable economy in Eastern Washington and adjoining areas of Oregon and Idaho.
Not all of us want to be farmers. This group is for people in the Midwest that are still tied to the global economy and are looking to navigate this great transition in a way that maintains or improves their finances, community involvement, and quality of life.
As we contemplate a world of resource scarcity, it makes sense to fix things rather than replace them. How many times have you discarded an item that was "perfectly good" but needed a repair you couldn't manage -- or stashed it in your cellar/garage/attic thinking "someday someone will fix this"?
Do you like fixing things and/or helping people figure out how to fix things?
Do you cringe at the idea of buying yet another (fill-in-the-blank) because the one you had just broke?
This group is for people in Toronto or the surrounding area to discuss the hard pressed times we are experiencing today. The objective is to face reality head on and get some good ideas to build resilience and a community in the Toronto area. The idea is to talk about the specific issues people are having in Toronto and to build a plan around those issues.
It would be ideal to have enough interest to meet occasionally at a physical location with the purpose of taking action on the topics discussed with the intent on making a change.
Increase awareness of the 3 Es and facilitate constructive personal and community actions to build resiliency in the Vancouver area.
A place for people in the Western New York area to meet and discuss energy, environment, and economy. To connect for ideas to prepare and prosper for these interesting times.
Anyone around Buffalo, you are not alone!
I, Karl Loren, am 81 years old, earned my Kung Fu Black Belt at 74, now do all my exercises with the Polar Heart Rate Monitoring System and do it all in my pool. Currently I do about 2500 repetitions of resistance band Kung Fu stretches and kicks. My resting heart rate is below 50 beats per minute. My cool-down rate is often a reduction from a high above 110 BPM to a low of 70 BPM in 5 minutes or less. Oh, yes, I had a stroke years ago and still walk "with care" but keep fit.
All this talk about economic travails, self-sufficiency, and preparedness can weigh heavily on us. Let's share some lighter, more humorous perspectives. Poke fun at ourselves. Remember not to take ourselves too seriously. Share lighthearted encouragement and inspiration. This is the place to post anything that would bring a smile and lighten the thoughts of those in the group. Let's help each other keep things in perspective!
I am new to this website and found there weren't many groups available for peole in my area. I live in La Crosse, Wisconsin and am reaching out to those living in surrounding areas. As more people become interested we can shape this group into a useful networking tool.
We are a group of PP members who meet to share ideas and discuss the resouces available to those of us in WNC.