Muse Project is now a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization

MUSE PROJECT
presents a
TOWN HALL
on
Idaho’s Regenerative Future:  
Sustainable Economies and Local Markets

Featured speaker:  Lill Erickson, Western Sustainability Exchange
Local innovators will also be speaking, followed by audience dialogue

What would a regenerative future look like for Idaho?  
Why are local food markets the core link of sustainable economies?
April 23, 2015, 6:30pm
The Muse Buildling
1317 W Jefferson, Boise ID

~Muse Project catalyzes the evolution of cultural values that liberates the choice of present and future generations to consciously create.~

Ongoing and Upcoming 

Secrets of Co-Parenting Intro
taught by
Kristie Browning

Men's and Women's classes
April 9 or 11     

Increase your skills and tools
Learn concrete ways to make a difference right now
Find out why one parent said, "I got more useful ideas in 3 hours with Kristie than I did in tons of hours with counselors and other classes.  And the other parent didn't even attend!"

MEDITATIONS ON FREEDOM

WEEKLY MEDITATIONS

When communities meditate together in Stillness, Freedom and Quietude, a deep ease and contentment in life permeates the Life we share.  Free meditation classes offered.

Meditations on Freedom
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Muse Project TOWN HALL
IDAHO'S 
REGENERATIVE FUTURE
:
Sustainable Economies and Local Markets

Montana's WESTERN SUSTAINABILITY EXCHANGE is at the forefront of developing regenerative food economies.  It's founder Lill Erickson will be showing us how they have been able to do this.  They have found that:  "Developing systems wide connectivity between producers, distributors and consumers within our food economies can lead to self sustaining practices and self-organization. "