The Bitterroot Community Roundtable series is a uniquely facilitated conference model that invites everyone to participate. Meeting agendas form around topics of real interest and value to everyone who attends.
In 2019, the Community Roundtable model is being shaped around the theme of ‘Building a Stronger Bitterroot’. The ‘Building a Stronger Bitterroot’ work is led by a local core team who is working with the Societal Transformation initiative, U-Lab:S, from the Presencing Institute. ‘Building a Stronger Bitterroot’ Community Roundtable series will convene interested community members the third Thursdays of March, April, and May from 6-9PM at the Rocky Mountain Grange in Hamilton, MT.
The Building a Stronger Bitterroot Community Roundtable needs your help to motivate members to join in the conversation about our common society, culture, and food. Please encourage all to attend! For this model of community building to work people need to show up and be ready to participate.
Why should you attend?
- To have conversations that matter.
- To identify ways we can work together to improve our valley.
- To participate in self-organizing solutions.
Who should attend?
Anyone interested in: circular economy, creating resilience, learning new leadership approaches, building community, maintaining and recognizing the values of the Bitter Root Valley, poverty, health, music, and justice, and YOU!