ReInhabiting the Village is a multimedia resource for communities to share wisdom and best practices for creating a sustainable planet. The network focuses on land stewardship and helping communities thrive in nature.
Jamaica Stevens started ReInhabiting the Village after learning the importance of community as a festival organizer. Although she loved working with these nomadic communities, she wanted to help her friends root their connectedness in permanent interdependent villages.
The cornerstone of ReInhabiting the Village is the self-titled book, which is available electronically and in paperback. The graphic narrative contains articles, insights from game-changers in the field, and a workbook with tools to encourage the growth of strong communities. The book contains contributions from 60 influential players in the communal-living movement. Additionally, the collection contains work by 12 visionary artists and 25 network partners.
As well as an available text, the project is an online resource for anyone who is interested in caring for the planet and building regional resilience. Therefore, ReInhabiting targets those who are looking to build successful ecovillages, produce festivals, and buy land. Simply put, their mission is centered around the movement of caring for the land we live one.
Ultimately, ReInhabiting the Village wants to grow and expand in the coming years with a resource hub building centers and prototypes of sustainable communities. Finally, their goal is to help venture start ups and establish itself as an educational center.
Nature Partners loves what ReInhabiting is doing to help people unplug and reconnect with nature.
Be sure to look for the launch of their new book and workbook next month. For more information check out their website http://reinhabitingthevillage.com/.