Sustainable Living Center Oregon
During the Summer we rent Kayaks, Canoes, and Siletz Cats to financially support the Sustainable Living Center. The Center is a group of volunteers who do research on sustainable food, energy, water, and shelter projects.
On Sundays we meet from 1 pm – 5 pm (rain or shine) at 82 Siletz Hwy, (Siletz Moorage) near the intersection of Hwy 101 on RT 229 before the burned down Kernville Steak House
It is our opinion that a critical imbalance of food demand and food supply is coming.
According to new research from Yale University and Michigan State University the world has already reached Peak Food production. Click Here to see their new research “Have we reached ‘peak food’? Shortages loom as global production rates slow.”
This crisis will peak sometime before the year 2030 leaving large groups of people without enough to eat. Our food production can be affected by a Northwest Tsunami, changing weather patterns, factory farming, increasing price of oil, dwindling supplies in fish\crops, global debt, inflation or total economic collapse.
When the crisis does come you have a choice be a Grower, a Hoarder or a Detainee of the Homeland Security Dept.
Regardless of how much food you hoard, there is a limit.
Food production on the cool Oregon Coast is different from food production in hot humid Iowa. We have an Education and Research Center in Lincoln City, Oregon. At each location we experimented with Sustainable, Permaculture and Off the Grid techniques and technology to use existing material to solve our food production challenges of the coast.
Research Center is a Living and Learning Laboratory with Free Mentoring Sessions
Education being a major component of our work at the Center, participants are exposed too much more than the typical Sustainable Living experience. We help each find what will bring internal JOY.
As part of the program there are free 5 hours of Sustainable Mentoring Sessions in the follow areas:
The Secrets of Happiness Mentoring offers a comprehensive guide to understanding what happiness is, and isn’t, and what can be done to bring us all closer to the happy life we envision for ourselves. You will be introduced to the latest results of positive psychology from Harvard, Stanford, Loyola University, U of Chicago, U of Penn, U of California – Davis, and U of Minnesota. By using these results one can increase their happiness level.
The Mentoring offers a new and potentially life-changing ways to understand our innate relationships of joy and happiness as well as our ability to sustain it in our lives.
Nearly all of us buy into the myths of happiness—beliefs that certain adult achievements (marriage, wealth, children) will make us forever happy and that certain adult failures or adversities (illness, divorce) will make us forever unhappy. Overwhelming research evidence show this is not true by joining this study group on Wednesdays you can learn how to increase your happiness.
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The successful people who have achieved financial freedom through following their natural path highlight these paths. This is to say; they found the match that suited their TAGs (Talents, Attributes, and Gifts)
Could you imagine Richard Branson as a footballer, or Bill Gates as a fishmonger?
No, they discovered the TAGs they were born with and capitalized on them. They followed a path that they loved, their path of least resistance and they excelled at it.
Wouldn’t you like to find your path, benefit from your natural strengths and excel?
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