Living Systems Institute Gardening Team
Living Systems Institute Gardening Team
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Commenced:
01/03/2011
Submitted:
12/11/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
14020 W. 32nd Ave., Golden, CO, US
Phone:
303.549.9787
Website:
http://www.organiclandscapedesign.org/
Climate zone:
Mediterranean





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Living Systems Institute Gardening Team

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Residential, Community, Demonstration, Educational, Financial Economic

Project Summary

Developing Community Sufficiency Technologies based on the co-ownership of the capacity to produce basic goods and services for consumption by the producers.

Project Description

August 4, 2011

The LSI Chronicles

 

The world that we experience is not the objects in it. The world is made up from the interactions that create the objects. We change the world by changing the way we interact with those around us.

 

At the Living Systems Institute (LSI) we seek to understand the needs of people, and other living things. It is not about charity. If we can supply the needs of an additional person, or other living thing, we enable them to make their contribution to the function of the world.

 

We bundle our interactions with living things in the term gardening. We have formed an LSI gardening team to work at supplying the needs of more living things within our neighborhood. We imagine a network of gardens and greenhouses that supply all the food our neighborhood needs, and that any one in the neighborhood can share in that food by contributing what they like to do.

 

We call that community sufficiency technology. It is the know how to organize ourselves to provide for ourselves. It creates a way to contribute for all those who do not fit in the market economy. It creates healthy soils, a healthy ecosystem, healthy people and a healthy society.

 

Every neighborhood in the world needs a gardening team developing community sufficiency technologies because that is how we will change the world. We do not think we can change the world through the political process. We think that politics will change when we change the way that we interact.

 

These are the LSI chronicles through which we will share our successes and failures. The success of our effort depends on spreading this idea to every neighborhood in the world. We do not want your money. We want you to invest what extra time and money you have into new interactions with the people, and other living things, around you, and to share your successes and failures with us.

 

In Community

David Braden

 

Learn More: http://www.organiclandscapedesign.org/

 

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