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Below a few 2022 Community Updates have been archived.
Simply Living Newsletter Archives
Simply Living printed and distributed quarterly newsletters through 2021.
You can find the back issues of our print newsletter from 2007-21 archived here.
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Weekly Community News Archives 2020-21
Before Simply Living moved to our new system in 2022, we posted our Weekly Community News emails as web pages. You can find our email newsletters from 2020 and 2021 here.
On July 15th, Simply Living is hosting a Garden Tour that will be focused on various community-oriented farms and gardens in the Linden area. The Garden Tour will start and end at the Urban Farm Church, located in North Linden, so I went there to learn about the Church and […]
An interview with Ray Leard, Founder and Chief Composter Recently I had the opportunity to chat with Ray Leard, the founder and head composter of the Compost Exchange. The Compost Exchange is a local business that specializes in both residential and commercial composting. It was started by one guy – […]
Online Solar PV Course Now Available This course is designed for those new to solar. Ideal for folks wishing to install a system on their home or business, understand what they are getting into if they wish to hire someone to install a system, or enter the rapidly growing PV […]
Columbus Climate Action Plan Released GreenSpot will play a critical role in section 1.1 of the Plan: “Empowering a Community of Climate Leaders.” Over the next several months and years GreenSpot will work with residents, business leaders, academia, government, and nonprofits to increase climate change awareness, solutions, and making sure […]
Co-Creating the Eco Future: Presentation & Discussion on Zoom Monday, December 6 at 7 pm Localizing Our Communities!Learn from examples around the worldand here in Columbus and central OhioTuesday, December 7 at 7 pm on Zoom We will explore the many ways our communities benefit when localization is a priority. […]
Co-Creating the Eco-Future: Meetup & DiscussionMonday, December 6 at 7 pm EST on Zoom Are YOU a cultural creative? Simple livers, renegades from the consumer society, green activists, arts and craft makers, yoga lovers, meditators – WE are the ones we have been waiting for! Join us for a meet […]
Hey Hey Hey – are you tuned into our awesome Columbus community radio? Pssst! All the good info in this weekly Community Update is brought to you by two volunteers, Rita Haider and Chuck Lynd. Are you a wannabe blogger, love to search the Net, or just passionate about our […]
Global Warming: What Is It Going to Take? Ohio author Paul Robinson asks: Can It Be Stopped? Co-Creating the Eco-Future: Meetup & DiscussionMonday, December 6 at 7 pm EST on Zoom Hi there all you cultural creatives! Simple livers, renegades from the consumer society, green activists, arts and craft makers, […]
Is there an alternative to Neoliberal Economics and the Global Consumer Economy? To help you decide if our new 5-week Sustainable U course is for you, spend some time on LocalFutures.org and watch the award winning film, Economics of Happiness. It’s free to watch online and the issues addressed in […]