neighborhood transformation

Lessons in Building Resilient Neighborhoods

Author: Ryan Dubas

Scattered through Eugene, Oregon’s Horn Lane neighborhood, residents are working to manifest a vision of a sustainable community inspired by PROUT localized economics, permaculture design principles, and a neohumanist respect for all living beings. This neighborhood project aims to develop a network of properties that fosters an ethic of resource sharing. In addition to sharing food, tools, materials, and know-how, the community also offers cultural events, education in permaculture, and instruction in yogic practices. This network demonstrates how small sites and connected people can carve a new vision in the shadows of an outmoded paradigm.

By |2016-01-14T00:11:24+0000December 30th, 2015|0 Comments

Features of the Horn Lane SEED Project

In Eugene, Oregon’s Horn Lane neighborhood, the PROUT Institute has envisioned and begun implementing a modified version of PROUT’s Integrated Development Scheme. This statement summarizes the features found in the complex as they have been installed, or proposed.

By |2016-01-14T00:08:10+0000November 11th, 2015|0 Comments