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Nearly 60% of young people report being “extremely worried” with regards to climate change. This anxiety is composed primarily of a feeling of powerlessness. Therefore, rather than directing this energy into the daunting challenge of fixing the problem at the global scale, leading to disillusionment and frustration, we aim for more tangible goals. The most powerful change can come from focusing locally on reinforcing our communities. That is the goal of this series: to collect and disperse any and all useful information having to do with community-level self-reliance.

This monthly series is delivered as a hands-on workshop where community members learn tangible things from gardening techniques, to rain barrels, to bike repair, to welding.

Check out the Event Calendar to sign up for up-coming CST events.

Sign up to stay in the loop on these and other events or email me directly ( Michael.Czajkowski at sci4ga dot org ) if you have any questions or requests or if you want to teach a training

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