Six Institutions for a Decentralized Future

Flea Market

Provides the community with a space where individuals can gather together to voluntarily exchange goods and services they produce to mutual satisfaction, generally consumer goods.

Farmer’s Market

Provides the community with a space where individuals can voluntarily exchange goods and services they produce to mutual satisfaction, generally agricultural goods.

Community Garden

The community garden provides the community with education and experience with the organic food production process. Many classes and seminars are held at the community garden, covering a range of topics such as raised bed gardening, aquaculture, hydroponics, composting, vermiculture, DIY rain water catchment and drip line irrigation, mulching, dealing with pests (without pesticides). The community garden also provides the opportunity to get experience in these methods while they otherwise may not have access to land.

MakerSpace

The MakerSpace provides the community with access to tools and machines used in the modern workshop and class. The MakerSpace also holds classes which result in completed open source, diy machine tools for the participants, in addition to classes on the use and maintenance of the equipment. This will also allow members to participate in distributed manufacturing by providing a low overhead environment.

Community Watch

The community watch will provide the community with security and surveillance in defense against the initiation of physical force.

Homeschooling Cooperative

The homeschooling cooperative provides a decentralized network of educational services that serve the purpose of avoiding indoctrination by the state.

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