Community structure can influence our ability to achieve our aspirations. We explore how barriers to personal, ecological, and social well-being affect our ability to create community and achieve our needs.
Working across social, political, and geographical boundaries to address issues can be a difficult, frustrating, and time consuming process. Community and well being are two of the ways we can foster regional collaboration.
With an increasingly mobile workforce, the quality of a place becomes an important factor in where people chose to reside. We highlight a recent article by Jeff Yost as an exploration in abundance thinking and development of community.