How We Can Change the World With Festivals / Gatherings

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I REALLY think we could build resource based and festival culture communities throughout the world. I’ve considered working with others to build homes with smaller (yet more affordable space) with larger common areas to nurture non-plutonic families, creation, music, art, healthy food, exercise, EVERYTHING!

It would be a dream come true to make space more affordable by combining efforts. It would also be more fulfilling! Although segregation can be looked down upon sometimes / it would be nice to build some chapters that were city/resident-based at the fests so support group are grown outside of the festival, in the “real, everyday world.” :)

Of course the festival city chapters would have a “city scramble” and mingling days! I would seriously love to see this more often! I really enjoy seeing flags ( #COLORADO !! ) and love hugging and saying hello to my fellow teammates. I also very much love meeting thousands of people from all over the world! :) Yay for festival life!

How about cities of Tiny Houses? :) is a good start.

They’re already building Earthships throughout the world. Our money-spending community should commit time and resources outside of festival life for more permanence :)

Anyone interested in attending training? I don’t built things, but the concepts are worth learning.



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