It’s just around the corner. The 2010 Riverside Neighborhood Conference is coming up.
Find out how neighborhoods are recreating, reinventing and restoring themselves using a new model for profit.
It’s called “social capital”.Â This is an all day conversation worth having right now, don’t you think?
Thanks for voting. I particularly want to acknowledge the support from the Riverside Neighborhood Partnership board members in getting the word out.
As a result of forwarding our Request For Your Vote notice for our neighborhood, we’reÂ establish a network of Riverside neighborhood community gardening info.
I’ve linked our site with Growcology. I love what Growcology is doing. I know they’re connected with the Wood Streets Green Team and they have both participated in each other’s programs.
Pat Silvestri, Green Team board member for community and home gardening goddess, will be representing the Wood Streets Green Team at Growcology’s vegetable gardening workshop Saturday.
If you are interested in joining a Green Team community garden working group, please contact Pat directly, firstname.lastname@example.org.
By the way, the Green Team is being featured at Tuesday’s City Council Meeting as one of the Riverside Neighborhood Partnership’s (RNP) neighborhood success stories. I think one of the biggest successes is how it’s created an opening for these types of connections citywide.
Thanks for voting. I really appreciate the support from the RNP board members in getting the word out. In posting this notice for our neighborhood, I ran across several other grant opportunities offered by corporate partners. Many of these offerings are PR initiatives designed for social networking connections to build or support brand awareness.
We all know there’s too much corporate money out there, nevertheless, we’ll be happy to take some of it off their hands and leverage it into something far more valuable than money. At the very least we’ll invent a far richer standard for profit.