Thriving Communities 2012

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Visual synthesis by Anne Jess.

The Whidbey Institute's first annual Thriving Communities gathering took place February 2-4. The gathering focused on how local food systems help to create thriving community. Teams from around the Pacific Northwest and beyond came together to share wisdom and left deeply nourished and supported in their community building work. Among the many highlights were eight videos that tell the story of organizations on South Whidbey Island that are helping the community to thrive.

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Event Harvest

Reflections and Plans for the Future
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Videos

These videos feature local organizations on South Whidbey that are making a difference by helping to create a thriving food system.

Good Cheer

Our Mission: Fund and manage an accessible Food Bank Operate and promote successful Thrift Stores Involve the community as volunteers, donors, and recipients.

Goosefoot

Working for a thriving South Whidbey

Greenbank Farm

Learning from the Land

Our Mission: Fund and manage an accessible Food Bank Operate and promote successful Thrift Stores Involve the community as volunteers, donors, and recipients.

Senior Services

Soups On

South Whidbey Commons

A place for people of all ages to gather, learn and grow.

Whidbey Island Nourishes (W.I.N.)

Whidbey Island Nourishes (W.I.N.) is a non-profit volunteer organization devoted to preparing nutritious meals for those in need on South Whidbey, focusing on young people.

 

More Videos
  • Video: Feast of Stars: The Whidbey GeoDome Project created this video for the Thriving Communities Conference.
  • Videos of the Event: Talks, poster sessions, and participant interviews from the conference
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