What we are doing: Applying the Doughnut Economics model for environmental regeneration and social justice in the Swannanoa Watershed. The Doughnut Economics model avoids shortfalls of the social foundation while not overshooting the ecological ceiling.
Why we are doing it: With awareness of threats, and to maintain hope, we are neighbors who take actions in a community we care about for future generations at the intersections of social, economic, and environmental justice to regenerate and conserve the watershed.
Who we are: We are concerned citizens, activists, neighbors, parents, grandparents, outdoor enthusiasts, business owners, people with technical skills, stewards, scientists, entrepreneurs, artists, organizers, gardeners, farmers, nursery owners, government advisers, educators, clergy, ambassadors, facilitators, investors, writers, planners, policy advisors, grant writers, videographers, naturalists, environmentalists, good troublemakers, Eco-warriors, perma-culturists, first responders, and political candidates.
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