Hi David. A friend of mine is working with may creek farm on the community center project I believe, and he mentioned to me that may creek has a good amount of open land looking to be staffed and farmed. Is this true? If so, I could set up a partnership to get some workers on the land. I help run a student community garden on the IU campus, and we're growing in membership, and could use some more land. Do you think we could make an arrangement to bring students out to may creek's land to farm? let me know!
David, that is rather the role that I had in mind. I have some familiarity with Prochaska and DiClemente's work, but I'd love to see a copy of the chapter that you mentioned. I'm going to be hitting the books to come up with relevant psychological findings.
Thanks for the welcome, David. I look forward to helping with this effort, where I can. I also agree that change begins at home, but I sure am grateful to those outside experts/advocates in our community who educate and inspire me.
My preference is to use solar. We could place solar panels all along our roads and set up fueling areas for vehicles. I have an article about a new "fueling" method for electric vehicles that can be put in the road bed. When a vehicle stops over it the energy is transferred.
I sure would. I have researched and lectured all over the world on systems thinking and design for sustainability. I am including my bio and a current presentation flyer for your use. Let me know how I can help?
Hi david, if you have time, you should come out to the charrette meetings this week at city hall. We're advocating for an alternative plan for the bypass expansion project. It's suuppeeerrr important that we get as many people to come as possible. The city is planning to widen the bypass at 10th street and 3rd street, which is going to make it harder for all of us to walk and bike through this intersection. Please spread the word! The meetings are at 5:30 on the 27th, 29th and 3rd. If you want to read more about it, I posted some info in the forum section.
That was you then. And as I remember, you drove a volkswagon. I worked for a contractor that had Blaine's crew do his masonry work. I think you were on the job we did on King's Rd of east 46 that probably was in 1978 or so. Funny how I would remember such an obscure thing from so long ago. Too bad the rest of my memory isn't so keen.