Many thanks to all of our Coalition members!
Blue Planet Earthscapes
Common Cause Catering
Downtown Fine Spirits & Wine
Jan-Pro of Southern Colorado
Old Town Bike Shop
Pikes Peak Justice & Peace Commission
Seeds Community Cafe
Businesses & Organizations
Clean Air Lawn Care
Colorado College Office of Sustainability
Friends of El Paso County Nature Centers
GEM Car Sales and Service
Horizons Sustainable Financial Services
Pikes Peak Herb Fest (Three Graces LLC)
Resolution Resources of Colorado
Jaci Sharpe – Farmers Insurance Agent
Take-A-Peak Chicken Coop Tour
Coreen & Shanti Toll
Bob & Sharon Bivins
Ron & Deb Housman
David P. Lehmann
Dr. Bonnie May
Mary Ellen Montgomery
Jacquie Ostrom & Randy Lindsey
Laura van der Pol
Not on the list? You can join the Green Cities Coalition in one of these ways:
- Come to a Green Drinks and sign up there. It is a great way to meet like minded folks. Learn what’s going on with our Working Groups, join a project and have some great food and good cheer!
- Send a payment to: Green Cities Coalition
PO Box 2115, Colorado Springs, CO 80901
Levels of Membership
- Individual: $15 per year
- Business/Organization: $50 per year
- Champion: $200 per year
Click below to join online:
We gladly take any level of donation. We love in-kind as well, for example you can be a sponsor of a Green Drinks and become an in-kind business/organization member that way.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any further questions.
People’s Exchange Pikes Peak: As part of our goal to create a self-reliant region through an authentic local economy, we invite you to join and participate in a Local Exchange Trading System (LETS). Launched by the Pikes Peak Justice and Peace Commission, People’s Exchange Pikes Peak is completely free and hosted by Community Forge, an open source alternative currency group based in Switzerland. The exchange network is now open to members of the Green Cities Coalition and Pikes Peak Permaculture.
People’s Exchange Pikes Peak offers trades in Hours or “Locos,” a virtual currency. We feel a sustainable future will require an alternative economy, especially a regional economy based on what we like to call reciprocity. Reciprocity isn’t new. It was an integral part of life not too long ago when communities were much smaller and primarily rural. If someone needed a barn built in a hurry, the whole community showed up and raised it.
We want to build a strong local economy by the power of reciprocity! Click this link to create an account or log in at the People’s Exchange Network. The home page explains the process, so please read it thoroughly. Once you’ve been approved, you can start a profile and add “wants” and “offers.” The Welcome page will explain in more detail.
If you have any question feel free to contact Steve at email@example.com and he’ll help you out.