“Our funding kit is fractal; it works better when you break it” Is the title of a blog post written by Kevin Jones on Oct 3, 2014 about a new local funding theory and practice being developed. This is my attempt to break it.   Neighborhood Economics and The Tool Kit Kevin and colleagues have […]

Ideas + Innovators is an interview series by Amy Kirschner designed to get to know the thinkers and doers who are leading the way to a resilient and positive future. People from around the world connect their thoughts and projects to Vermont and locals use their practice and wisdom to imagine how what we are […]

“Social enterprise can be a way to accelerate the evolution of capitalism.” Dolly Fleming, Executive Director, Mercy Connections Friday was a beautiful day to attend Common Good Vermont’s Annual Luncheon in South Burlington. The event, Common Good Vermont’s Annual Luncheon 9/26 – Is Social Enterprise an Effective Strategy for Nonprofit Sustainability?, was described as: Join […]

Ideas + Innovators is an interview series by Amy Kirschner designed to get to know the thinkers and doers who are leading the way to a resilient and positive future. People from around the world connect their thoughts and projects to Vermont and locals use their practice and wisdom to imagine how what we are […]

Ideas + Innovators is an interview series by Amy Kirschner designed to get to know the thinkers and doers who are leading the way to a resilient and positive future. People from around the world connect their thoughts and projects to Vermont and locals use their practice and wisdom to imagine how what we are […]

Ideas + Innovators is an interview series by Amy Kirschner designed to get to know the thinkers and doers who are leading the way to a resilient and positive future. People from around the world connect their thoughts and projects to Vermont and locals use their practice and wisdom to imagine how what we are […]