Get caught up with LCLT’s Summer Newsletter: Farm Trends 2019 Read it here!
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LCLT is proud to partner with the Lopez Chamber of Commerce and local Farmers to publish our biannual Lopez Island Farm Products Guide. Now available at your favorite farm stand, Blossom Grocery, Lopez Visitors Center and LCLT!! Or read and print your own here
Check back here for special update of celebrations and community events! Follow the full path of 30 Years of LCLT: Click Here Special Thanks to Moira McDonough for sharing her time and talents to illustrate 30 Years of LCLT!
Story Bridge uses participants’ true personal stories with creative expression to engage deep dialogue, enable authentic relationship building, and facilitate individual and community transformation. The facilitators have been refining this work for over 25 years. Rhea Miller, LCLT community liaison, and other LCLT staff and Board members have participated in Story Bridge venues in places […]
Living the Change: Inspiring Stories for a Sustainable Future! Lopez Community Land Trust has been Living the Changefor 30 years and is excited for what is about to unfold ahead. As part of this celebration, LCLT is showing the movie from “downunder” called Living the Change. “A sumptuous looking film with a smorgasborg of people […]
Be a part of the 2019-2020 Lopez Island Farm Products Guide!! We are pleased to announce that it’s time to produce the 2019-2020 Lopez Island Farm Products Guide, a publication which helps folks find your farm products and promotes the legacy of farming on Lopez. It also reinforces that we are an island that values […]
All Welcome!! Special Guest Speaker: Jane Koger Cowboy Hall of Famer Jane Koger & 5th Generation Rancher “Thinking Outside the Cow” Bring Your Favorite Local Potluck Dish Prizes Awarded for Best Presentation, Best Local Food & Best Dessert An earth-friendly event: please bring your own plates and cutlery! Need More Info? firstname.lastname@example.org
In 1984-85, Sandy Bishop and I were walking 5000 miles across the United States for peace. When we entered Missouri, we found out that 89 farmers in one year in Missouri alone had committed suicide. We were stunned. I was raised in rural Iowa in the 50’s and 60’s and visited many of my classmates […]
In times of trouble, nonviolence is a guiding light towards justice. How to implement nonviolence and MLK’s principles of nonviolence is something everyone can learn. In this workshop, we will look at how the ideas of nonviolence can be applied personally, professionally, and politically in our own lives. LCLT is proud to join […]