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Senior Cohousing Workshop – How you can get involved in building supportive neighborhoods for seniors

by: Sara on 08/12/2014

Join Charles Durrett and Kathryn McCamant, authors of The Senior Cohousing Handbook and Creating Cohousng, for five days of hands-on learning with the world’s premiere experts in creating cohousing.

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What farmers market taught me

by: Alina on 08/05/2014

Moving to a rural place (Gabriola Island) has meant more access to farmers markets. And what was once an unknown is now a weekly must. Not only a weekly must, but a constant raving to others about just how great they are. Farmers markets have taught me what a community is. 

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Why farmers markets are awesome

by: Alina on 08/04/2014

New Society Publishers is celebrating National Farmers Market Week!

In 2013, the United States Department of Agriculture announced that the number of farmers markets has grown exponentially since 2008. But is this any surprise?

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5 Fun-Filled Ideas for Meatless Mondays

by: Alina on 07/21/2014

Time to eat less meat? The answer is a definite yes when you start Googling, watch Netflix’s documentaries, or end up in the vegetarian section of a bookstore. Loads of reports and analyses show that there are long-term negative effects from meat consumption on your body and on the earth. And eating less meat will help you live longer and …

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6 steps to help you plan a fun and fabulous summer Thursday at work!

by: Alina on 07/17/2014
Posted in: Community

Every third Thursday of the month is #ThinkTankThursday for New Society Publishers! You know what this means? The whole New Society team gets together on the patio in the lovely sun and thinks up creative ways to have a greater impact! This could mean topics like being a part of The Creative Commons, holding events, new ways to offer great books, …

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