Inspiring Self-Reliant Communities
Communiversity returns this year with a fresh feast of Stroud's
finest projects being showcased and explored over three packed days.
With Land, Food and Money at the heart of this recession, our
response is an examination of practical, creative and innovative
solutions to support the growth and development of a resilient local
15th May Richard Keating & Martin Large connecting_with_place_people_and_land 27.50 Kb
with Place, People and Land through Walking and Art
models for sustainable livelihoods by researching and experiencing
how we connect with nature and the landscape.
Meal & Social at Star Anise Arts Cafe
May Nick Weir, Mark Harrison &
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the gap between production & consumption by directly supporting
our farmers & taking part in cultivating, harvesting, preparing &
sharing our food.
Group Bring & Share Meal followed by Ideas Market Place
May Molly Scott Cato & Max
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for Ourselves; Working for Each Other
might a job for life really mean? Becoming a producer in your local
economy can offer greater satisfaction than working on the global
treadmill--& would also be healthier for the planet.
Meal & Collage at Star Anise Arts Cafe