“Localize the Economy: Build Resilient Communities” series presents program #5, as Camden Walters presents an interpretation of Randolph town history before its thorough integration into the modern economy. The presentation focuses on ways in which Randolph’s historical agrarian and rural industry- based culture can provide inspiration for addressing many of the ills that contemporary society grapples with. The talk concentrates on the themes of work and production and explores the implications of the radically different ways in which the past and present Randolph economies function, as well as how a localized Randolph economy might emerge. Bethany Church in Randolph on Wed., May 10 at 6:30 PM. Sponsored by BALE (Building A Local Economy), the evening program starts with delicious food from Black Krim Tavern and is free and open to all (donations welcome). The series is co-sponsored by Local Futures, Sustainable Woodstock, Rural Vermont, Feast & Field Market, Alliance for Vermont Communities and Vermonters for a New Economy. Funded in part by Sustainable Future Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation, Larsen Family Fund, New England Grassroots Environment Fund and Catamount Solar Community Grants. For more info, contact Chris Wood HERE.