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Ken Rieman
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Debra Morrison commented on Ken Rieman's blog post 2013 Guatemala Immersion: Studying sustainable community and permaculture in an indigenous rural village.
"HI Ken, I got your message about wanting to connect with our Local Economy, Local Currency group. I would be happy to try to get a few folks together, as I was planning to do that anyway soon. I will make an invitation to the group for some time in…"
Feb 13, 2013
Ken Rieman commented on Debra Morrison's group Local Economy/ Local Currency
"Hey folks, I'm looking forward to connecting with some of you.  I'm a carpenter and I pastor the Olympic View Community Church in Maple Leaf. Our study of sustainability and our desire to deepen our understanding of globalization for…"
Feb 13, 2013
Ken Rieman commented on Joe Borrello's group Renewable builders Seattle
"Hey folks, I'm looking forward to connecting with some of you.  I'm a carpenter and I pastor the Olympic View Community Church in Maple Leaf. Our study of sustainability and our desire to deepen our understanding of globalization for…"
Feb 13, 2013
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2013 Guatemala Immersion: Studying sustainable community and permaculture in an indigenous rural village.

How often have you heard  ‘God helps those who help themselves!’  But what if the way we ‘help ourselves’ actually makes things harder for others?The globalization of economies and cultures creates both danger and opportunity at home and abroad.  For some of us, the issues feel academic.  To those on the edge of economic survival they…See More
Feb 12, 2013
Ken Rieman joined Joe Borrello's group
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Renewable builders Seattle

The renewable builders is a little movement born in Italy.We exchange the knowledge using the internet's resources and we organize workshop for learning by doing, how to use the power of the abundant renewable energy sources.The purpose of this group is to build "toys" capable of teaching to the workshop's partecipants, how is made an electric generator and in particular, how is possible to connect this device to an renewable energy source. how the electric gen See More
Feb 11, 2013
Ken Rieman joined Debra Morrison's group
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Local Economy/ Local Currency

How does money work in our current dominator paradigm and how can we learn to use it to create a sustainable partnership community paradigm? Get together with others to educate ourselves and take action!See More
Feb 11, 2013
Ken Rieman joined Keith Mastenbrook's group
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Permaculture Design

Promoting Permaculture design education, Permaculture designers, and Permaculture projects existing between private and public lands and Sustainable NE Seattle.
Feb 11, 2013

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What parts of our mission are you interested in (for example, growing food/food security, appropriate energy technologies, transportation, community building, etc.)?
Consciousness raising, community building, geographic data visualization, publicity/communication
How do you see yourself being involved with Sustainable NE Seattle? What skills, talents and passions are you willing to share?
As a pastor, I work to design and sustain a healthy community, equipping members with the vision, impulse, and skills to serve the world around us. I am also a photographer, sailor, and hiker and I'm eager to partner with folks with common interests.
List other affiliations/groups that you participate in with similar missions.
Earth Ministry, Olympic View Community Church, New Community Project
Neighborhood
Wedgwood/Maple Leaf
How did you hear about us?
North Seattle Community College Sustainability Office

Ken Rieman's Blog

2013 Guatemala Immersion: Studying sustainable community and permaculture in an indigenous rural village.

How often have you heard  ‘God helps those who help themselves!’  But what if the way we ‘help ourselves’ actually makes things harder for others?

The globalization of economies and cultures creates both danger and opportunity at home and abroad.  For some of us, the issues feel academic.  To those…

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