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Mark Frazier
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  • Dayton, VA
  • United States
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Mark Frazier commented on Livy's group 'Filmmakers'
"All, I've become active in John Robb's new "open venture" wiki (MiiU.org) for resilient places, and have created a profile of Dayton at http://MiiU.org/wiki/Dayton . MiiU is interested in having photographers and videographers…"
Sep 1, 2011
Mark Frazier joined Livy's group
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Filmmakers

This Group is a place for filmmakers interested in spreading awareness about the Transition movement and related issues to network, collaborate and interact. Join us!
Sep 1, 2011
Mark Frazier joined Elise Woods's group
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Local Economy Network - NE West Virginia

Focusing on the local economy in our rural county in northeastern West Virginia. Emphasis on local food & agriculture, local business, bartering, skill sharing, and eventually a local currency.See More
Sep 1, 2011
Mark Frazier joined Akin Olatidoye's group
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University and College Transition Curricula

Group for faciliating the development of Transition subjects and values into the curricula of Universities and Colleges. The group will help in promoting the study of transition based resources for full time academic engagement
Sep 1, 2011
Mark Frazier joined bill aal's group
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Resilience, systems thinking and social networks

A space to explore complex adaptive systems, systems thinking and how to think about networks in relation to transitionSee More
Sep 1, 2011
Mark Frazier left a comment for Ron McCorkle
"Hello Ron, We've moved from Arlington to Dayton VA (about 90 minutes from you) and are interested in local resilient community initatives.  I've become active in John Robb's new photowiki (MiiU.org) for resilient places, and have…"
Sep 1, 2011
Mark Frazier left a comment for Elise Woods
"Hi Elise, We've moved from Arlington to Dayton VA (about 90 minutes from you) and are interested in local resilient community initatives.  I've become active in John Robb's new photowiki (MiiU.org) for resilient places, and have…"
Sep 1, 2011
Mark Frazier left a comment for Dawn Story
"Hi Dawn, We've moved from Arlington to Dayton VA (an hour from Charlottesville) and are interested in local resilient community initatives.  I've become active in John Robb's new photowiki (MiiU.org) for resilient places, and…"
Sep 1, 2011
Mark Frazier left a comment for jay dedman
"Hi Jay, We've moved from Arlington to Dayton VA (45 minutes from Luray) and are interested in local resilient community initatives.  I've become active in John Robb's new photowiki (MiiU.org) for resilient places, and have…"
Sep 1, 2011
Mark Frazier left a comment for Lindsay Curren
"Hi Lindsay, We've moved from Arlington to Dayton VA (half an hour from Staunton) and are interested in local resilient community initatives.  I've become active in John Robb's new photowiki (MiiU.org) for resilient places, and…"
Sep 1, 2011
Mark Frazier liked Lindsay Curren's profile
Sep 1, 2011
Mark Frazier and Lindsay Curren are now friends
Aug 22, 2010
Les Squires -- Webmaster and Mark Frazier are now friends
Jan 4, 2010
Mark Frazier commented on Dawn Story's group 'Transition Blue Ridge'
"Hi Dawn, would like to join this group if it's still active... we're looking at possible community resilience initiatives in the Valley (near Harrisonburg) and would like to learn more about the opportunities."
Dec 16, 2009
Mark Frazier joined Dawn Story's group
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Transition Blue Ridge

Charlottesville, VA Transition Blue Ridge is a grassroots collaboration of individuals and organizations dedicated to creating more resilient and self-reliant communities in and around Charlottesville, Virginia.See More
Dec 16, 2009
Mark Frazier replied to Les Squires -- Webmaster's discussion 'Introductions and Experiences with Local Currencies' in the group Nighthawk Traders
"Hello All, I'm new to the group (and to local currencies), after 30 years working on free zones/special economic zone projects around the world. I live in the Shenandoah Valley and am intrigued by the possibilities that alternative currencies…"
Dec 16, 2009

Profile Information

How are you currently involved in the Transition movement?
I run Openworld, Inc.( http://www.openworld.com), which helps catalyze sustainable new learning, telework and eGovernment initiatives through offers of microgrants on a challenge basis in areas with high poverty and unemployment.
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
We've recently begun exploring ways that complementary currencies might be launched through (tradeable) gifts of time for good causes. More on our approach is athttp://j.mp/86EOQJ .
How can you help the growth/acceptance/vitality of the Transition movement? What can YOU teach us? What can your GROUP teach us?
We have a lot of experience with online telework markets, eLearning, microscholarships, neighborhood self-help and land grant development opportunities, can be seen at www.openworld.com, www.entrepreneurialschools.com, and www.openworldinstitute.org.
Your Favorite Books/Websites/Blogs/RSS Feeds for Information about the Transition Movement
http://www.globalswadeshi.org
http://www.leashless.org
John Robb's postings on resilient communities
Your Personal Website (if you have one)
http://www.openworld.com
Official Voice Communication: Skype from http://skype.com/download Add LSquiresSkype to your Contacts.
openworld

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At 12:09pm on December 16, 2009, Les Squires -- Webmaster said…
Hi Mark. Great to see you here. I've just requested connection via skype so we can talk in person when we need to. ...I run Openworld, Inc.( http://www.openworld.com), which helps catalyze sustainable new learning, telework and eGovernment initiatives through offers of microgrants on a challenge basis in areas with high poverty and unemployment..." Please consider clicking here to add Openworld, Inc. to our registry of local groups, companies and other organizations supporting Transition values around the U.S. Makes Openworld visible and gives you some tools to help the your people and our people to move ahead together. When you're finished setting up this new joint group, I'll be there with some further assistance. Let me know when you have questions.
 
 
 

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