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Activities and interests that define us as Urban Hippies
What do you do to keep yourself in shape physically, mentally, and spiritually? Aikido, Yoga and Pilates are some of our favorite activities, and it may not be obvious that they are actually very closely related since they are all about the unification of these 3 elements.
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Discussion on gardening in small spaces, container gardening for food, eco-friendly landscaping, landscaping with "found" materials -- this is a group for folks looking to "Green" their portion of the city.
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Projects and activities in and around the home. From painting, floor, and trim, to electrical and plumbing. The urban hippy does it all.
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Discussion group for people who like to create with their hands -- everything from spinning and knitting, woodwork and metalwork, to any other DIY projects that might come up along the way.
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For everything that does not fit into the other categories
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Food and Drink in all of its glorious forms
Purists in either of these beverages may balk at them being grouped together, but both drinks inspire legions of people to get up in the morning and both taste awfully good going down. Here you will find discussion about roasting your own beans, blending your own teas, and other related chatter.
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Do you retire your oven and stove seasonally and crack out the grill once the fine weather hits? Do you fire up the smoker or are you a person with a passion for deep-fried turkey? Here you'll find discussion of all things cooked outdoors!
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The science of fermentation! If you make beer, wine or mead, fermented pickles and kraut, or other fermented foods, please join in!
4 13 5 years 1 week ago
by bushidoka
Looking to fill your larder with locally-grown/raised foods for the off-season? Here you'll find discussion on home canning, drying, freezing, brining, and more.
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A place for people to chat about meatless menus, vegetarian philosophies, and ways to go meat-free.
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For everything that does not fit into the other categories
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Urban Living
Getting together with your neighbours to make bulk purchases of food and other goods is a great way to save money, and to develop a real sense of community
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Let's chat about alternative ways to get around our community : bussing, biking, car-pooling, car-cooperatives and more
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Reducing our ecological footprint means making the best out of what we have, and being willing to take someone else's castoffs and put them to good use so they do not fill up our landfill sites
2 5 4 years 21 weeks ago
by Jamie
For anything which does not fit into the other categories
2 8 4 years 24 weeks ago
by fruguy