Santa Barbara Edition of Hopedance Nov/Dec 2000 Meeting Tues.Oct.3 7pm
Wesley Roe and Marjorie Lakin Erickson
lakinroe at silcom.com
Mon Sep 25 10:51:47 PDT 2000
I am posting this , since the SB hopedance Edition is being
supported and distributed by the South Coast Permaculture Guild volunteers.
This is a publication that local permaculture activities can be listed and
articles can be submitted to. In the words of Bill Mollison we is stacking
ps SB Hopedance is part of Hopedance Magazine out of San Luis Obsipo Ca a
mag devoted to Creating Sustainability on the Central Coast
DEADLINE FOR NEXT ISSUE NOV/DEC 2000 WILL BE OCT 5 FOR THE SANTA BARBARA
Please submit articles,cartoons, essays, book reviews, fictional stories,
poems , announcements of events, and ideas for Santa Barbara Hopedance to
the SB Editors Wes Roe lakinroe at silcom.com and Margie Bushman
sbpcnet at silcom.com
The next meeting of Hopedance SB to talk about the articles and meet the
people behind the articles gathered for the Nov/Dec issue will be Tuesday
Oct 3 7pm at Sola House SB.
Directions to Gene Hoffmans house (called the Sola House) is 312 E. Sola
St, cross street is Garden. It is a two story wooden house, olive green
with teal blue trim. Meetings start at 7pm, usually until about 9.
We now do the meetings bi monthly, and they take place right before the
deadline for the next issue due out.
We will discuss the articles and other submission to be submitted to the
Nov/Dec Santa Barbara Hopedance.
So, the next meeting will be Tuesday, Oct 3. In the meantime if you have
any ideas for stories, or suggestions of people or organizations wanting to
submit articles, or events for the community calendar, let us know! Lots of
inputs from many welcome & needed.
MESSAGE FROM BOB BANNER ON THE NOV/DEC HOPEDANCE TITLED WATER
HopeDance wasn't planning on editing a special issue for Nov/Dec, since that
became new policy (a special issue every OTHER issue). BUT, be that as it may
and because certain topics keep coming up... MTBE, peeing outside, los osos
waste water treatment system vs arcata's marsh/waste system... I thought it'd
be best to jump in and get some answers and turn it into a special issue.
If you wish to help.... send all pertinent ideas, facts [as in there is only
1/2 of 1% of fresh water of the total amount of water on the planet],
opinions, policies, sacredness of water, cistern designs in green building,
radical changes, grey water systems, dams [as in the new activism to
deconstruct current dams], very cool political policies that are on the
please send them in... even those personal solution kinds of answers, as in
what are you personally doing to appreciate/conserve/use WATER.
All ideas welcomed... and please send this to other listservs that you might
just to let everyone know that you can now see the newest issue on the
website thanks to Ginny Monteen and Rebecca Brown
click here <A HREF="http://www.hopedance.org">HopeDance Magazine WEB</A>.
ALSO, if you need to check out what is happening throughout the County, click
to the EVENTS section of the web site. Also, if you wish to announce an
event, simply follow the user friendly guidelines and you too can place an
event or announcement on the hopedance calendar.
SB LOCATIONS FOR HOPEDANCE MAG
SB Hemp Company
Main Library and
Island Seed & Feed
Goleta Community Center
Community Environmental Council
Herbal Spirit Path
Copy Cat Coffee
Natural Cafe in Santa Barbara and Goleta
Pan's Garden Summerland
Pacific Health foods Carpinteria
Rainbow Bridge Natural Foods Market Ojai
Local Hero Bookstore
South Side Cafe Lompoc
Printed Matter Lompoc
Solvang Public Library
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