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Our Next Step: ReInhabiting the Village

Posted on February 10, 2017 by
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Community Bookstore Special
ReInhabiting The Village
by Kim Kanney, Community Bookstore Manager

ReInhabiting The VillageReInhabiting the Village
CoCreating our Future
352 pages; paperback book
110 pages; spiral-bound workbook
by Jamaica Stevens

ReInhabiting the Village is more than just a book. It is a multimedia social movement that features projects, organizations, and community leaders inspiring us to engage in a regenerative future through dialogue, collaboration, and innovation. The movement, in part, includes a 352-page book with colorful imagery, 60 authors and 14 visionary artists of diverse generations and cultures.

You’ll be blown away by the imagery and design of each topic as the book explores 12 themes, from Health and Healing to Living Economy; Art and Culture to Media & Storytelling. With featured guests and chapter introductions from the author, Jamaica Stevens.

Pair your book with the interactive spiral-bound workbook featuring 110 pages of exercises, step-by-step instruction, and practical approaches to integrating the inspiration from the book.

Order the two together for $5 off!

For added inspiration, consider pairing this title with the following:

Within Reach DVD Go on a visual journey via bicycle with Mandy and Ryan as they explore dozens of communities across the US that are creating a more sustainable, just, and cooperative lifestyle.

Gaia Education Guides include both a teacher’s guide and youth activities guide to shape others’ learning in sustainable practices, stewardship and leadership. Developed by Gaia Education, the guides are available as a bundle or can be purchased separately.

Within Reach DVD Gaia Guides


Community Bookstore
23 Dancing Rabbit Ln
Rutledge MO 63563

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