Lawrence, KS - Events Local News Groups Contact
Building our Local Economy
Sat, May 19, 2012 3pm
12th and Pennsylvania, Lawrence
May 16, 2012

Transition Kaw Valley is sponsoring a talk and working session on building our local economy.  Local activist, Amber Lehrman, will present a short talk on trends in the global economy and how a thriving local economy solves many of our current problems.  Case studies on several successful community efforts will be presented followed by a working session focused on how we can improve our local economy.  Come help build a new Lawrence!

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