One of our guiding principles is to integrate rather than segregate. Let’s build a local, equitable, and diverse community here in South Eastern Alberta.
Through thoughtful conversations, skillshares, workshops and who knows what else, we learn from one another and fan the embers of curiosity until the desire for knowledge is burning bright.
We are all in this together so let’s find common ground to share ideas and resources and take action to create sustainable, healthy and rich lives.
By observing and interacting with our environments (both the natural and built) we can creatively use and respond to change.
From Protect our Pollinators to Stuff Swap and Movie Night, check out our Projects page to see what’s going on and where we’re hoping to go.
What People Say
It was so lovely to see all the people coming together, sharing and caring for our planet. It makes a difference.Betty Jean Cleland on Climate Conversations
Front line reality when battling climate change and social injustice.Heith Moonie (Fridays for Future MH)
- Talking Chit: A Brief Guide to Prepping PotatoesWho doesn’t love potatoes?! They are versatile, store well, delicious and easy to grow. Let’s talk about the first steps to grow a healthy, abundant crop of potatoes. The best place to start is with high quality seed potatoes. Can you use potatoes from the grocery store? Potentially, but there are a few reasons toContinue reading “Talking Chit: A Brief Guide to Prepping Potatoes”
- Stitching for ChangeWhen we heard that there was a local group sewing menstrual products out of salvaged fabric for people around the world we just had to find out more. So we joined them! On the 4th Monday of every month (except December, July and August) a group of talented generous souls gathers in the basement ofContinue reading “Stitching for Change”
- Let’s Talk About…Food WasteResilient.SEA, in conjunction with Community Food Connections Association (CFCA), is excited to offer an event next week, Let’s Talk About…Food Waste. 58 per cent of all food produced in Canada — 35.5 million tonnes — is lost or wasted each year. If you are interested in what is happening in our local community to preventContinue reading “Let’s Talk About…Food Waste”
Connect with one of the many existing local groups and organizations through our Community Directory, find places to recycle household items or shop second hand on the map or look for upcoming events on the Community Calendar.