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Peak Moment 174: Jan Spencer didn't stop with a permaculture makeover of his suburban home in Eugene, Oregon. Now he's taking on the neighborhood! As a result, his neighborhood association is teaming up with city programs like Neighborhood Watch and Emergency Response to empower neighbors to work together. They're transforming lawns and abandoned lots into edible gardens, and sharing knowledge about energy efficiency, permaculture, and preparedness. These grass roots endeavors help people feel more secure in their homes, because they're connected with neighbors they can rely on. (www.suburbanpermaculture.org)

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Comment by Inga von Boehm-Bezing on July 10, 2010 at 4:07pm
Hey! This is what I'm going to try to do here in my little community. Thanks for sharing.

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