Susan Rhodes

In the late 1970s, two visionary thinkers, Marshall Landman and Brian Livingston, founded Cascadian Regional Library (CAREL) to draw together community-minded networkers from all over the Pacific Northwest. Their first major undertaking was to organize the Equinox Gathering, a spring conference of about 400 community organizers in Sandy, Oregon:

Discussion centered on how living in the Northwest helped shape the lifestyles of ecologically minded people, and it went on to ...

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