In a big show of community spirit, dozens of volunteers lent a hand to create a healing garden at Santa Rosa’s soon-to-open Veteran’s Village project. As Karl Van Amburg reports, the effort transformed the village for homeless veterans, into a place of beauty.
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Wildfire survivors move into village of small homes in Windsor CHRIS SMITH THE PRESS DEMOCRAT | December 13, 2018 The keys to five brand new little homes were grasped by survivors of the 2017 firestorms at a celebration Thursday in Windsor that praised the manufactured cottages as essential additions to the local housing [...]
Rainy Day Greetings Daily Actors, The rains have come and we couldn’t be more grateful for every drop that sinks into the ground feeding trees, rivers, and aquifers. We can consciously choose to make a difference in the world by being part of a transformation that we know is vital and possible. We put plants in [...]
Installations are for the whole family! Driving down the road in our local cities, we can’t help but notice the blazing red blush of the Chinese Pistache leaves or the fiery crimson of Maple and Sweet Gum trees marking the change of seasons. Fall has crept up on us by wearing the disguise [...]
Fall greetings Daily Actors, Happily the rains have arrived, quenching parched lands and sending leaves swirling on their yearly descent to the ground. Speaking of swirling, Daily Acts has been engaged in a whirlwind of activity recently: from rebuild-focused workshops on rainwater and graywater, to speaking at conferences and meeting with a wide range of community leaders. Then of [...]
Happy Autumn Daily Actors, Can you believe the Fall Equinox is just a couple weeks away? As summer breathes a sigh of relief and we slide slowly into fall, we feel so much gratitude for what we have, the everyday blessings that are in our lives, and the solutions at our fingertips! With an upcoming [...]
Happy summer daily actors! Wow, can you believe we are halfway through the year? Now is a great time to reflect and re-center, making sense of life’s ups and downs and putting our attention to taking action on what matters most. In a busy, challenging and topsy-turvy world, this is no small task. To richly [...]
In this 9th year of the Community Resilience Challenge, we are humbled by the ways YOU have shown up to build our community more resilient, one act at a time. We have extended registration just a few days into June to give everyone one more opportunity to add your passionate actions to the movement. It’s perfectly okay [...]