Red Fish School of Change

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The Redfish School of Change is a non-profit program designed for people who want to lead the way in creating ecological sustainability and social equity in their communities. Each student enters the program with a proposed Community Action Project (CAP)

EcoSalon of the World -award winner

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A Victoria, BC – salon that wants to be a leader in eco-friendly practices. Kurtis lists a range of ways that they are supporting sustainable practice in their business and the world.

Cornerstone Cafe: at the heart

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This staff member of the Cornerstone loves working at the very heart and center of Fernwood. “There’s a lot of love.” That’s what is special about the Cornerstone.

Going Car-Free

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5 years into cycling in Victoria, this young family with 3 small children goes car free. Here we see their mini-van bike built in Holland.

The Gleesons: family-strong music

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A musical group with roots in Fernwood Square in Victoria. It’s a band, a family with strong bonds between themselves and their audience and a living legacy to their father who recently passed on, but who taught all of them

Technology Traps..

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How to navigate man’s tendencies to get really good with some technologies that overwhelm our well being and environment.

Engaging the mainstream in the green economy

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Former Green Party candidate talks about the change necessary to take the next step to engage the mainstream in the green economy.

Getting young people on the land

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Working with girls and all young people on the land learning about each other, discovering their power

FutureThink

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Join facilitators Lehna Malmkvist and Sarah Adams for an evening of time travel, imagination, and future thinking about Fernwood in 2070 and beyond. Seeking Fernwood residents to join an interactive workshop about the future. Please RSVP at FutureThinkForFernwood.eventbrite.ca or call

Rod Keays: Finding purpose

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Finding our purpose requires a shift of thinking. What do individuals want independent of what their culture prescribes.