LE Expo

2 Apr 2017 -- Posted by : admin

The Living Economies Expo in Lyttleton has been a great success! Participants came from all over to hear a range of speakers: Tuhoe Chair Tamati Kruger, international activist Matthew Slater, Lyttleton's home-grown hero Margaret Jefferies, and many others. The expo included a dance workshop, jam sessions, great food, community-building, tours of Project Lyttleton initiatives, and more.

Living Economies Trustees are hard at work to make educational video from the expo available for those who could not attend. Stay tuned!


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