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Green Dove is dedicated to being a presence for peace, offering connections to individuals, organizations, resources and current events.

One day we must come to see that peace is not merely a distant goal we seek, but that it is a means by which we arrive at that goal. We must pursue peaceful ends through peaceful means.
--Martin Luther King Jr.
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The difference between money and real wealth, creating community currencies.
Community Information Resource Center. CIRC is a networking hub and information source dedicated to building a better world. We work at all levels from local to global, sharing important information, connecting people, and catalyzing the development of healthy communities. We believe that the world is presently undergoing a metamorphic change and that every one of us has a role to play in creating peace, harmony, and abundance for all.
Transaction Net, good resource for complementary currency systems.
A snapshot of community currency systems in Europe and North America*links.html
Ukiah Hours currency links pages
BREAD is a local currency that residents of the Bay Area are using to pay for carpentry, bike repair, gardening, vegetables, food, childcare, house cleaning, and other goods and services.
BloomngHOURS is the hometown currency of Bloomington, IN, that has been in use for almost two years to barter or exchange goods and services.
Delaware Barter Exchange a place to offer goods and services to others living in Delaware.
Bow Chinook Barter Community is modeled after Ithaca Hours
Local Exchange and Trading Society of Edmonton. A community-based and non-profit organization using interest free currency (Talents) and barter. Enabling people and businesses to reduce their dependency on federal dollars in obtaining the goods or services they need or want. It also provides a communication network through which members of the community may meet their needs for education, recreation and social interaction.
Local Economic Trading System, is a type of barter system that was first developed in Courtenay, B.C. in 1983 and has since spread around the world. The Peterborough LETS Exchange is one of hundreds of LETS systems operating in Canada, the U.S., the U.K., Australia and New Zealand.
LETS works on the principle that all of us have skills to offer, but at times the cash economy doesn't give us enough opportunity to use them. When you "sell" goods or services to another member in the LETS, you earn a credit in a community currency called Green Dollars.
Carlisle Local Exchange Trading System (LETS) is one of many localized non-profit making, non-religious, non-political organization. Its aim is to create a new type of local economy, which enables the people of Carlisle to use their resources to help each other and build a friendly, caring community.
London, Ontario barter network
The work of the Toronto Dollar is to encourage more caring social and economic relationships among people from the community, business and government, particularly with those in the community sector in greatest economic need.


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T.B. Stone

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Imagine all the people living life in peace. You may say I'm a dreamer, but I'm not the only one. I hope someday you'll join us, and the world will live as one.
--John Lennon