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Tree Farm…or Community Forest? Revelstoke CFC cannot hope to realise sustainable practices until provincial forest legislation changes
(Making Waves, 1996)
While generally supportive of the progress made by the community-owned forest corporation in Revelstoke, according to these authors, it is not a real community forest. They claim it cannot be under provincial forest ...
Revelstoke Community Forest Corporation: A Community Venture Repatriates Benefits from Local Public Forests
(Making Waves, 1995)
Economically prostrate in the mid 1980s, the town of Revelstoke, BC has demonstrated how a small community can regain a say in its economic future. The Revelstoke Community Forest Corporation (RCFC) is a community-owned ...
Regional Citizen Action: New England's InterValley Project advances the cutting edge of democratic economic development
(Making Waves, 1997)
Six years later, Ken Galston reports on the advances made since his article “Community Organizing & Economic Democracy in New England” (1991). He reinforces the crucial role of stable, long term development capacity and ...
Community Organizing & Economic Democracy in New England
(Making Waves, 1991)
Citizens' action organizations in the Naugatuck and Merrimack valleys in rural and small town Connecticut have been integrating strategies of social and economic development to restore a region seriously threatened by the ...