Lawrence F. London, Jr.
lfl at intrex.net
Fri Sep 23 23:42:29 EDT 2005
Marimike6 at cs.com wrote:
> It's something to think about.
Yes indeed, all that Mike has previously said notwithstanding, there is
something within all this to think about:
Start and maintain an alternate economic infrastructure, a gailt network
of connected people participating in their own of-for-and by-the people
system of economic exchange. The one aspect of this I like to daydream
about the most is:
A local food production network
- which represents local food security
- which teaches people how to grow their own food
- and establishes a communication and economic network that can service
all segments of a local production network: services of all types,
crafts, household goods and services, architectural and construction,
food storage and prep (kitchens & restaurants - soup kitchens -
community kitchens and restaurants
- our own politics
I could add things to this list for several hours
Let's hear it from the list - anyone interested sally forth to the
We are all going to need this eventually.
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