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difficulties of attatchements
 
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creating rituals for the coop:
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serving the other
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host book
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online community
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the rule of the hug
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ask "how do u feel today?"
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introducing yourself at dinner
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creating family
 
creating family
  
 
artist in residence
 
artist in residence
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necessity of requirements and criteria for the guests
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- why do you want to come to visit Coop
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-how do you travel (sustainability?)
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what do you want to teach
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what do you want to learn
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what do you want to share
  
 
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Revision as of 01:25, 29 November 2009

Plenary session

Brainstorming discussion Legenda: Economically affordable: $ Ecologically friendly: EF Humanly Rich: H


Tools and means of cheap and sustainable nomadic travel


Eating

Dumpster Diving: $, EF Resources to find good trash aroud www.trashwiki.org

Dumpster diving in Montreal: philosophy and statistics (in French) http://parolecitoyenne.org/node/3771&dossier_nid=1281

Pre-dumpster: $, EF, H (talking to sellers about giving away food as a way to connect) Use face to face approach to communicate your needs. Food for charity purposes.

Food no bombs: get in touch to volunteer, some cities is weekly appointment, some is daily. get in touch with them to know more about it. http://www.foodnotbombs.net/contacts.html http://www.foodnotbombs.net/

Harvesting in the nature: find food around

Eating Locally produced food: Farmer markets: H, EF

Community Supported Agriculture (Organic baskets): issue related to prepaying in advance. Accessible only through third parties (other communities)

SKILL TO BE LEARNED: Efficiently eating: be able to eat less, organizing food/ration. Importance of balance diet and knowing how your body works. also important to reduce body waste. Energy spent in digestion.

Carrying food: simple ingredients (flour, water, salt, sugar, dry fruits and veggies) and simple recipes -chapati -recycled cans to create a stove -growing sprouts


Look for Openings (congress, art galleries etc)

Whole Food: eat from samples

Check local coops open dinners http://www.nasco.coop/

Accommodation

- Hospitality Exchange Networks short term (warm shower, couchsurfing, bewelcome, hospitality club, Servas, global freeloaders, tripping.com) - Long term: wwoof, helpx.net, grow food, aupair

- Camping: needs tents or hammock. Urban camping (check for roofs)

-Night buses or trains: H,EF

-ask people: sit in a busy area w a sign "I need a bed". Sometimes works.

Moving

- Hitch hiking (cars, boats, trains, airplanes-make friend w pilots) - Hitch by bike - Car sharing/pooling - Car delivering (work/move by delivering cars) www.Hittheroad.ca - Bus - Walk - Bike


Coop sur Geneviex

artist in residence financial issues: 10-11 people to pay the rent and bills more ppl can buy food and other supplies cannot affort a room for a nomad/traveler/someone who does not pay rent 1 person not paying but contributing to the life of the coop: vernacular economy (autonomous economy: skills of the nomad invested into projects such as artist, carpenter, someone who looks for pre-dumpsters. the person bring resources or services).

one or more nomads at the time

knowing what's happening

spontenous contribution vs intentional community

difficulties of attatchements

creating rituals for the coop: serving the other host book online community the rule of the hug ask "how do u feel today?" introducing yourself at dinner


creating family

artist in residence

necessity of requirements and criteria for the guests - why do you want to come to visit Coop -how do you travel (sustainability?) what do you want to teach what do you want to learn what do you want to share