Help Build A Local Economy… and a New Story

Help Build A Local Economy… and a New Story

BALE (Building A Local Economy) is working to build a new story of engagement and resilience in the communities of the White River watershed. Given the clarion call of climate scientists and engaged citizens from around the world, BALE plays a critical role identifying and implementing actions that can catalyze systemic change. The initiatives we seek to build have both educational and experiential value. They teach participants about the deep ecological, economic, and spiritual interdependencies that characterize our current situation, and demonstrate how we can take actions to positively transform our communities and ourselves. BALE believes we need to build appropriately scaled solutions from the ground up, taking back, as much as possible, our economy, our culture, and our democratic instruments by re-injecting humanity and authentic relationships into all that we do. Bringing all folks, respectfully, to this awareness is the great challenge of our time. BALE sees itself as a very small part of this emerging global story.

BALE’s 2015 Summer Gala & Farm-to-Table Dinner

Willy B’s Tavern at Three Stallion Inn
Randolph, Vermont
Thursday, July 23 from 5:30-9:30 PM
To make a reservation, CLICK HERE.
For more information: contact Chris Wood at or 802-498-8438

Join us for a magnificent farm-to-table gathering at Willy B’s Tavern at the Three Stallion Inn in Randolph, Vermont to help raise vitally need support for BALE (Building A Local Economy).  Come hear about the new initiatives from BALE that begin to weave together the new stories of resilience and regeneration in the White River region of Vermont. Join the dialogue and meet with key leaders. This is BALE’s primary fundraising event of the year… and a great way to honor the efforts of an organization that inspires both practical action and deep, reflective commitment. We promise you an inspiring, delicious summer evening! Great food (locally sourced), live music under the tent with the Old Sam Peabody Band (contra dance after dinner), and engaging conversation.


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