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Economic Systems and Planning for Intentional Communities

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Economic Systems and Planning for Intentional Communities

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Are you starting an intentional community and want to make sure you have your economic systems set up properly from the start? Are you part on an established community that’s struggling with finances? Just curious about the different economic models that exist for communities?

 
Join us and communities expert, Yana Ludwig, for an look at the pros and cons of income sharing, independent finances, community-shared businesses, and economic justice mechanisms. Yana has lived in communities with a variety of economic setups and can walk you through the common types. We will also explore basic economic planning for a community, whether you have shared businesses or not.
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Register above to join this live workshop on Zoom and/or to receive the recording in case you can’t make it. Wednesday, October 28th | 1-3pm pacific / 4-6pm eastern (See your local time).

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Workshop Facilitator

 

Yana Ludwig

Yana Ludwig has 24 years of cooperative living experience, including four community start-ups. She serves on the board of the Foundation for Intentional Community, and as a trainer and consultant for progressive projects. Yana’s first book, Together Resilient: Building Community in the Age of Climate Disruption, was awarded the Communal Studies Association 2017 Book of the Year Award. She is the former Executive Director of both the Center for Sustainable and Cooperative Culture at Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage, and Commonomics USA, an economic justice organization. Her 2013 TEDx talk, Sustainable is Possible! kicked off a new era for her as a public speaker and advocate for communities. She is a founding member of the Solidarity Collective, an income sharing community in Laramie, WY, and a host on the community’s podcast, Solidarity House. h

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