Relocalization URL list

posted Tuesday, January 23, 2007        

This list of URLs on relocalization comes from one of Eugene, Oregon’s great activists, Kathy Ging.

Community is the Solution: http://www.communitysolution.org/solution.html

ECONOMIC LOCALIZATION HAS BEGUN:
Willits Economic Localization (WELL) 459-1256

http://www.willitseconomiclocalization.org

Coast Economic Localization (CELL) 463-2921 http://www.coastlocalize.org
coastlocalize@mcn.org

Greater Ukiah Localization Project (GULP) http://www.cloudforest.org
cliffpaulin@hotmail.com

Potter Valley Community Planning

http://www.cloudforest.org/Potter_Valley_Community_Planning

Boonville Economic Localization (with local grange)

Laytonville Economic Localization (with local grange)

South Coast Economic Localization (with local grange)

Mendocino Ecologic Learning Center (Willits) http://www.melc.org

Preliminary outline; new editions will contain specific contacts, events and
links.

Several are currently listed at http://www.postcarbon.org (Postcarbon
Institute) And http://www.cloudforest.org 743-1287 where many links are
located.

and http://www.ukiahsmartgrowth.org

Humboldt Economic Localization http://www.humboldtrevolution.org/

and another related link http://www.communitysolution.org/

Community Environmental Economic Development in Arcata http://ceedweb.org/

Collaborated with other organizations Economies (www.livingeconomies.org),

Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association (www.biodynamics.com),

Northeast Organic Farming Association (www.nofamass.org),

Orion Society (www.oriononline.org),

Marion Institute (www.marioninstitute.org), Vermont Commons
(www.vtcommons.org),

National Community Land Trust Network (www.communitylots.org)

Community Economics in action (New England)
EF Schumacher Society http://www.smallisbeautiful.org
An introduction to the Green Web and to Left Biocentrism
Campaign for a (Green) Political Ecology: http://eco.gn.apc.org/
Interesting Link to a Green blog http://www.greencommons.org/blog
Berkshire Eagle (www.berkshireeagle.com) Economics for People, Thinking Small



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