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SLA Community is the Action Group in SLA whose focus is on nourishing the spirit of SLA and supporting members in their efforts to live more sustainably.

While “Community” is a separate Action Group, it is connected with all SLA groups … (for where would any of us be without people?)  We see ourselves as the “Heart and Soul” of SLA.  Our monthly meals are a great place to start if you’ve just joined (or haven’t yet joined!) and haven’t a clue what your main interest will be.

Activities

We meet regularly for a shared meal on the second Friday of each month, usually at a family-friendly home.  This is a great opportunity to meet with like-minded people, share ideas, brainstorm and get support for projects, and/or just have a great time.

In addition to our regular gatherings, members suggest activities with a more specific focus.  Some of these are one-off occasions (e.g. working bees at members’ homes, “report backs” from distant conferences attended by members, a film, a planning meeting); others have a more permanent/regular flavour.

The more permanent groups are:

“Village” – bringing together people with a specific interest in building sustainable neighbourhoods (e.g. ecovillages, cohousing, housing coops).  Village has its own “blog” on the SLA website.

“Reading Group”.  Paul Reader will be running a discussion group on Thursday mornings to discuss E.F. Schumacher’s A Guide for the Perplexed.   Contact the convenors for more details.

Contact/Joining Us

If you’d like to contact us, email the convenors (Helen and Cathie) by emailing heartandsoul-owner@slaati.org.

You can also subscribe to the mailing list so that you can participate in discussions, suggest an activity or learn about an activity that someone else is offering.