Community Economics

Community economies are diverse, composed not only of paid employment but also caretaking in the home, sustenance food production, unpaid work in the community, and networks of reciprocity. Recognizing this allows us to see the economic assets that keep us resilient.

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Learning

Recognizing the centrality of cultivating civic engagement to community economic development, Storytellers’ Foundation considers community learning a pillar of our work. We understand our work not as teaching community members but learning alongside them.

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Sustainability

Addressing sustainability, we seek to integrate ecological concerns within a discussion of economic and social issues in the community. We seek to encourage local people to reflect on how they can manage their behaviour in order to maintain the land for the future.

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