Carson WIllis
  • Fort Collins, CO
  • United States
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  • Tom Hoehn
  • Janice Lynne
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GAPS

GAPS ---- "growing active people symbiotically", Is a collective dedicated to nourishing local community through inclusive and active engagement, regenerative practices in food systems, holistic education and environments that support creative endeavors.What this looks like on the ground, is a growing collective of 100+ members, from the congruent circles of regenerative resource accessibility. The possible cultural definitions are endless, yet still limiting. The basis of the group is to come…See More
May 20, 2015
Raymond Wharton joined Carson WIllis's group
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GAPS

GAPS ---- "growing active people symbiotically", Is a collective dedicated to nourishing local community through inclusive and active engagement, regenerative practices in food systems, holistic education and environments that support creative endeavors.What this looks like on the ground, is a growing collective of 100+ members, from the congruent circles of regenerative resource accessibility. The possible cultural definitions are endless, yet still limiting. The basis of the group is to come…See More
May 15, 2015
Tino Orlando joined Carson WIllis's group
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GAPS

GAPS ---- "growing active people symbiotically", Is a collective dedicated to nourishing local community through inclusive and active engagement, regenerative practices in food systems, holistic education and environments that support creative endeavors.What this looks like on the ground, is a growing collective of 100+ members, from the congruent circles of regenerative resource accessibility. The possible cultural definitions are endless, yet still limiting. The basis of the group is to come…See More
May 14, 2015
Carson WIllis added a discussion to the group GAPS
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Sunday Dinner and Gathering Feed

How about a feed here about the details for each Sunday gathering.See More
May 13, 2015
Tom Hoehn joined Carson WIllis's group
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GAPS

GAPS ---- "growing active people symbiotically", Is a collective dedicated to nourishing local community through inclusive and active engagement, regenerative practices in food systems, holistic education and environments that support creative endeavors.What this looks like on the ground, is a growing collective of 100+ members, from the congruent circles of regenerative resource accessibility. The possible cultural definitions are endless, yet still limiting. The basis of the group is to come…See More
May 11, 2015
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GAPS

GAPS ---- "growing active people symbiotically", Is a collective dedicated to nourishing local community through inclusive and active engagement, regenerative practices in food systems, holistic education and environments that support creative endeavors.What this looks like on the ground, is a growing collective of 100+ members, from the congruent circles of regenerative resource accessibility. The possible cultural definitions are endless, yet still limiting. The basis of the group is to come…See More
May 7, 2015
Carson WIllis's group was featured
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GAPS

GAPS ---- "growing active people symbiotically", Is a collective dedicated to nourishing local community through inclusive and active engagement, regenerative practices in food systems, holistic education and environments that support creative endeavors.What this looks like on the ground, is a growing collective of 100+ members, from the congruent circles of regenerative resource accessibility. The possible cultural definitions are endless, yet still limiting. The basis of the group is to come…See More
May 6, 2015
Profile IconEliza Carney, KC Terry and 2 other members joined Carson WIllis's group
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GAPS

GAPS ---- "growing active people symbiotically", Is a collective dedicated to nourishing local community through inclusive and active engagement, regenerative practices in food systems, holistic education and environments that support creative endeavors.What this looks like on the ground, is a growing collective of 100+ members, from the congruent circles of regenerative resource accessibility. The possible cultural definitions are endless, yet still limiting. The basis of the group is to come…See More
May 6, 2015
KC Terry left a comment for Carson WIllis
"Sounds good, will do Carson."
May 5, 2015
Profile IconCasey Hanebuth and Colton Pinto joined Carson WIllis's group
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GAPS

GAPS ---- "growing active people symbiotically", Is a collective dedicated to nourishing local community through inclusive and active engagement, regenerative practices in food systems, holistic education and environments that support creative endeavors.What this looks like on the ground, is a growing collective of 100+ members, from the congruent circles of regenerative resource accessibility. The possible cultural definitions are endless, yet still limiting. The basis of the group is to come…See More
May 4, 2015
Eliza Carney left a comment for Carson WIllis
"Carson-- Thanks for including me.  I think I'm already on the listserve, but this must be something different.  You can show me how to use it sometime.  I have a hospital gown for you from Lyn.  Will stick it in your…"
May 4, 2015
Carson WIllis joined Janice Lynne's group
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Transition Education Project

Transition Education ProjectCivil rights organizer George Friday, once said that "There are two paces to organizing for change: the speed with which our systems are collapsing and the slow intentional time that is necessary for deep movement building."The Transition Education Project is for those of us who feel called to become effective at coaching, facilitating and educating for change and growth.We hope to share what we know and learn what we don't by partnering with others in small and…See More
May 4, 2015
Carson WIllis joined Wesley Alonzo's group
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Fort Collins Free School

Free School is an opportunity for people of all identities to come together to share knowledge in a non-commercial, decentralized setting to strengthen community. Education is (or can be) a way to achieve transformation, equality and freedom. Everybody has something to teach and something to learn. By stepping out of our traditional teacher/student roles, we can strengthen self-reliance and the DIY (do-it-yourself) ethic. By sharing our skills and talents, as well as knowledge and information…See More
May 4, 2015
Carson WIllis joined Alaynna Madole's group
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Live Tiny

People supporting and encouraging tiny home living in the Fort Collins area.  To our tiny home friends:  After meeting about tiny homes for many years we have decided to now host our tiny home conversations through the new Transition Fort Collins group called TFC Community Gatherings.   We plan to include tiny homes among other conversations we will have on making our community more resilient and livable.See this featured on the home page of Transition Fort Collins.  You are invited to join us…See More
May 4, 2015
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GAPs

GAPS ---- "growing active people symbiotically", Is a collective dedicated to nourishing local community through inclusive and active engagement, regenerative practices in food systems, holistic education and environments that support creative endeavors.What this looks like on the ground, is a growing collective of 100+ members, from the congruent circles of regenerative resource accessibility. The possible cultural definitions are endless, yet still limiting. The basis of the group is to come…See More
May 4, 2015

Comment Wall (2 comments)

At 3:11pm on May 4, 2015, Eliza Carney said…

Carson--

Thanks for including me.  I think I'm already on the listserve, but this must be something different.  You can show me how to use it sometime.  I have a hospital gown for you from Lyn.  Will stick it in your mom's box.

eliza

At 7:15pm on May 5, 2015, KC Terry said…

Sounds good, will do Carson.

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