Let there be water! Another $4,000 invested into infrastructure, and now we have artisan water available for plants, animals and other people. Still could use a solar heating solution, filters and other goodies– but major progress.
Well, we finally did it. We upgraded this WordPress site, we put an entry in the book of faces, got @thearc38 in Twitlandia, and even set up a FLICKR account– so add yer photos and spot yer salty mug along with so many others here!
A number of creative improvements started cropping up through collaboration with a friendly and talented local landscaper J! Like custom milled planks used with the broken futon frame to make a new raised bed for our wheatgrass this year. And a busted bike from the basement combined with a truck alternator and battery (plus an […]
To cap off our first season, disaster struck. And being a people who answer the call of our times, many went directly into the zones of response, from 520 to Yanna, from Staten Island through the Rockaways and the Jersey Shore. The military tents entrusted to us during the end of the People’s Storage at […]
Where Occupy had the gall to sound the Call, Reclaim has the chance to avoid conflict and change the game. Occupy your life, no matter were you where a year ago… Come join us next Thursday November 15 Onward… Exoddus: Celebrating Liberty Square and Building the Future Thursday, November 15, 2012 Arc38, 426 Old Route […]
We held a beautiful event, raised the energy and showed that together we can weather the times ahead– made it through Hurricane Sandy in style! Come one , come all! Celebrate life, Possibility and each other! We hope to share this space with new and old alike and create together a space of awareness, recognition […]
An article by our local minister of light, Kiril. My brother’s strength is my strength, because when my brother is strong, then my family is strong. When my family is strong, I can trust that my good works will serve to uplift those I love, and will be recognized as good works by those I love. When I […]
An article published in Nature the other day made rounds in the mainstream media informing the online world that Earth had reached a “tipping point” in regards to the future of climate. We’ve exploited so much of the planet’s surface and destroyed enough of the land that scientists are sounding alarms no longer just about […]