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Please share your knowledge and expertise on our sustainability travel blog, www.abundanceeverywhere.com
We just made a new post about ways to use excess produce, at the end we ask if anyone has any more ideas to share with the community.
If you have any innovative things you do to utilize your excess, please share your expertise. abundance everywhere

Background:
Starting November 1st, my partner Phil and I (and our two children) are embarking on a 60-day "sustainability tour" We are traveling NY to LA and up the west coast in search of intentional communities, green businesses, collectives, biodynamic, organic & urban farms, eco-villages, green building techniques etc. We have many hosts already and we are documenting our journey via our website www.abundanceeverywhere.com in hopes of spreading awareness about the importance of adopting a greener way of living and to inspire and incite people to take action in their own communities. I think there is a lot of fear about taking steps toward being more ecologically minded, people think that they have to live in muddy stick houses that fall apart in the rain! We hope that by featuring our experiences with these successful models, we can show "mainstream" people that you can still live a comfortable and happy existence (probably even happier than they already are) when they start getting more involved in creating a better world for all- and they can start in their own community.
Here is where you all come in! We want our website to be very open-source, a sharing of knowledge and experience, questions asked and answered or explored further... Of course we will be linking this site if applicable- we are all about collaboration.
We will be posing questions about permaculture and such on our blog and we would love to hear your comments and feedback about them.
We only have a few posts up at the moment because we are still in our infancy, but please dont be shy!
Just to be clear, this is a NONPROFIT site, we are not making any money off getting more people to come to our site, this endeavor is purely for the sharing of knowledge and hope of reaching a broader, more diversified audience.
Thanks for your time and participation
all the best
Sarah Phil Chick and Penjie
www.abundanceeverywhere.com
 
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Thanks, this is a beautiful site and well written.

Bill
 
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Thanks Bill! Keep reading and dont hesitate to comment and share your knowledge with the rest of us!
best
Sarah
 
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Are you planning a New England loop to your journey?
 
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Yes after Christmas we hope to go around the new England area. Where are you located?
 
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I live near New London, CT. Are you doing any nearby events?
 
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