Earthville’s Dharmalaya team is planting seeds, literally and figuratively, for a new sustainable village development project in the Himalayas. In the tiny, tranquil town of Bir, about three hours by road from the Tibetan exile capital of Dharamshala, the coriander and green beans have begun to sprout in the new organic garden in front of Dharmalaya’s new HQ…
Earthville Project Updates
The latest stories from the field, from Earthville projects and partners across the globe.
This summer, Earthville Arts, the creative wing of the Earthville Network, in partnership with the Vietnam Fund for Education, Music, and Infrastructure, will officially launch an exciting new project called “Lotus & Lightning” to support traditional arts and village life in Vietnam.
Recovering from last year’s violence, the sixth annual Sulha peace gathering drew over 3000 Arabs, Jews and international witnesses to grassroots peacemaking.
Earthville launches new artist-oriented record label cutting positive grooves from around the planet, available online now.
Earthville’s “Plus 3 Degrees” drive returns to help keep Bay Area homeless warm and dry for the Winter – and you can help!
Despite terrible violence in Gaza, the fifth annual Sulha peace saw record attendance of about 4600 Arabs, Jews and international witnesses to grassroots peacemaking.
The Earthville Arts crew joins OnePeople Voice for an artistic cross-cultural bridge-building expedition to Bali and Java, and the crowds go wild!
Action Sports Environmental Coalition (ASEC), an Umbrellavator project of the Earthville Network, works with action sports stars and industry leaders and two Los Angeles communities to donate America’s first two eco-friendly skateparks.
The Sulha Peace Project hosted its fourth annual Sulha peace gathering, which drew over 4000 Arabs, Jews and international witnesses to the groundbreaking grassroots peacemaking gathering.