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Dwayne Sperber
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  • Delafield, WI
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Omar Barberena left a comment for Dwayne Sperber
"INFORMATIONAL SESSION Come and join us on June 17th, and learn about how US citizens can legally travel to Cuba with Witness for Peace Location: Bay View Library Time: 6:00pm Witness for Peace is organizing a People-to-People licensed trip that will…"
May 27
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Urban(wood)Encounter at Design Within Reach

July 26, 2013 all day
An environmentally conscious exhibit of fine furniturePresented by: Wudeward Urban Forest Products, LLC Urban trees have their highest value while living.  When they come down, they should be put to their highest and best uses to maximize the environmental, economic, and societal benefits for people in urban areas and beyond. We challenged furniture makers and designers to create inspiring furniture from an underutilized natural resource - Urban Wood. Come experience the beauty of urban wood…See More
Jun 17, 2013
Natalie Berland left a comment for Dwayne Sperber
"Hi Dwayne:  Glad you are into community building!  Feel free to browse the site and look at all the resources available.  Power Down Week is coming up - a particularly good opportunity to meet community.  Feel free to post events…"
Jun 30, 2012
Dwayne Sperber is now a member of Transition Milwaukee
Jun 30, 2012

Profile Information

Why are you interested in the Transition movement?
COMMUNITY building.
How are you currently involved in the Transition movement?
I work closely with the effort to increase awareness and acceptance of urban forest products, especially developing markets for wood from ash trees devastated by the emerald ash borer.
What skills, talents, and resources do you bring to the Transition movement?
Wide range of contacts spans many industries, promotion/planning events, speaking, demonstations.
Which topics within Transition most interest you, and what are you most interested in getting out of your involvement in the Transition Movement?
"Community" says it all. The link between local food and local wood..."Local food should be served on tables created with local wood." A new and larger audience with a louder voice is always of interest to me
Organizations you belong to that might collaborate with Transition
Town and Country Resource Conservation & Developement
WasteCap
Wudeward Urban Forest Products, LLC
Your website
http://wudeward.com

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At 11:48am on May 27, 2014, Omar Barberena said…

INFORMATIONAL SESSION

Come and join us on June 17th, and learn about how US citizens can legally travel to Cuba with Witness for Peace

Location: Bay View Library

Time: 6:00pm

Witness for Peace is organizing a People-to-People licensed trip that will allow U.S. citizens to legally travel to Cuba. This trip is designed for people who are interested on learning about the Cuban people, their education programs, political and social history and their historical and fascinating colonial landmarks. Participants will gain insights into Cuba’s life-long education; primary, secondary and universities. People will also be able to stroll through World Heritage cities and experience the rich heritage of music and dance that Cuba is renowned for.           http://www.witnessforpeace.org/

 

Trip is for Sept 14 through 24, 2014. Deposit due to apply is July 14th 2014

 

For information contact Delegation Coordinator: Omar Barberena 414 – 793 1134 or

profesor00@yahoo.com

Witness for Peace (WFP) is a politically independent, grassroots organization committed to nonviolence and led by faith and conscience. Our mission is to support peace, justice, and sustainable economies in the Americas by changing U.S. policies and corporate practices that contribute to poverty and oppression in Latin America and the Caribbean

At 7:26am on June 30, 2012, Natalie Berland said…

Hi Dwayne:  Glad you are into community building!  Feel free to browse the site and look at all the resources available.  Power Down Week is coming up - a particularly good opportunity to meet community.  Feel free to post events or resources you find interesting.  Let me know if you have any questions!

Natalie

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