South Shore Collective is a start up nonprofit organization dedicated to preservation of the environment while fostering progressive change through art. The arts offer a universal language to a largely divided people, and through opening lines of communication in such a well-loved tongue, we allow ourselves the opportunity to truly begin to learn and evolve. Unfortunately, our present environment makes it difficult for an artist to dedicate their full time and energy to their craft, until eventually attention turns elsewhere and potential is lost.
South Shore Collective is ready to start interviewing highly motivated artists, writers, activists. canvassers and interns with interests in environmental and social change for a unique opportunity to live at our Eco-Village with most basic needs provided in exchange for working toward our common goals. Our priority will be the creation of our Samprabuddah magazine, which will be used as an
educational publication for the public as well as a fundraising tool for South Shore Collective. In addition to working within ones particular craft we will provide training for the canvassing of public events for distribution of the magazine for donations covering the costs of production. At the moment we can only accept six individuals who are dedicated and may have several talents needed for this project. One should be aware of the need for progressive change in our society and be willing to work and live within the team in a friendly and co-operative organic environment.
South Shore Collective Eco-Village is the first step toward our goal of creating a sustainable and effective Eco-Village of activists, artists and musicians dedicated to progressive environmental and social change. The Eco-Village Project is envisioned as an intentional community for Artists, Musicians and Activists. Inspired by similar communities, including Breitenbush Hotsprings, Zendik Farm and farms like Bullocks Permaculture, SSC Eco-Village will be a unique home for creating, healing, growing and all organic meals operating alongside a wide variety of programs. Interested parties should contact email@example.com
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