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Communities Magazine #161 (Winter 2013) – Renewable Energy

Renewable Energy:Community Makes Renewable Energy Work by Alexis Zeigler – Living Energy Farm embodies the promise of renewable energy used cooperatively.Putting Our Lives On The Line by Josina Guess – Jubilee Partners’ clothesline does more than dry clothes with solar power; it helps build community.Climate Changes: Turn to Face the Strange by Christopher Kindig – Intentional communities are in a...

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Publisher: The Fellowship for Intentional Community (August 20, 2014)
Publication Date: August 20, 2014
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