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Welcome to Local 20/20!

...and to our web site! To find out how to take full advantage of our new site and access all of its features, go here.

Local 20/20 is a grassroots organization that began its mission in 2006, working toward local sustainability by balancing economy, ecology and community. To see highlights of what we've worked on since we started, click here > What We Do.

For current events, including the details on the Moveable Feast of Films on Food this winter 2014, and to learn what else you can do, click here > What You Can Do.


We first organized as an all volunteer group concerned with community resiliency and greater self-sufficiency in January 2006, the outcome of a dynamic presentation by Brian Weller, one of the primary founders of the WELL Project (Willits Economic LocaLization) in Willits, CA. We began with approximately 80 citizens at our first meeting. We've been growing ever since.

Subscribers to our weekly Announcements E-newsletter are kept up to date on events, presentations and various Action Group activities.

Explore our web site and feel free to let us know what you think. If you have actionable ideas to share, let us know those, too. If you live in the East Jefferson County area and want to know more about Local 20/20 and how you can get involved, use the Contact links at the bottom of each page.

We also encourage you to link from here to other sites to see how you can become more aware and active when it comes to living sustainably with a lower energy footprint and a higher Happiness Index.

In honor of the recently deceased Nelson Mandela, check out the video made by climate activists throughout the world who were inspired by him.

Also check out this video below about effective changemaking: Story of Change

Enjoy,

The Local 20/20 Steering Council


This site is dedicated to the memory and vision of Steve Hamm.

"We live best when guided by the light from our hearts." - Steve Hamm, "The One and Only Life of Many", November 2013

 

This page was updated on 1/11/2014


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