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Everything in this badge is focused on BUILDING community - which is different from experiencing community.  

What makes a community desirable? What creates community experiences for others?


sand badge

Brand a physical location
(thorn list) do two of the following:
  - Upgrade a physical location that has already been branded (1.5 oddball points)
  - Prepare a basic meal (and wash all the dishes) for at least 8 people
  - Add one point to a geocaching list
  - Public art (1.5 oddball points)
  - Create (or update) a map showing the points of interest
  - Teach a one hour workshop to 8 students and hold the attention of the 8 students for the full hour
  - Organize a flash flea market, collective garage sale or free swap
  - Give a one hour presentation or tour to 8 participants and hold their attention for the full hour
  - Organize a flash flea market, collective yard sale or free swap
     - at least 8 people involved
     - maybe it lasts only an hour or two
  - Set up a Little Free Library
     - needs a door to keep birds out
     - need a plan or system to keep the books from getting moldy, possibly:
         - Ventilation
         - Sunlight
         - DE or silica desiccants
  - Set up a free food stand
     - could be indoors for communal kitchens
     - could be for garden surplus
  - Set up an honor system food stand
     - could be indoors for communal kitchens
     - could be for garden surplus

straw badge
35 points required
New items from Sand Thorn list allowed (each counts for 1.5 points)
Up to 8 oddball points of community art allowed
Up to 10 points of duplication allowed from the Straw and Sand list

Community art - 2 to 4 oddball points
  - needs to be in view of the community

Brand a piece of equipment - 1 point
  - requires
     - name
     - the keys (if it has keys) carries the name
     - the equipment bears the name if it doesn’t have keys
     - add some sort of interesting flair/character to the equipment
     - examples
         - ranger doug (our little pickup truck)
         - rex (the excavator)
         - kerry (the wheelbarrow)
         - toots (the van)

Upgrade a physical location that has already been branded (2 to 4 oddball points)

Create a private geocaching program and at least six points - 4 points
  - Not using geocaching.com
  - Shared with community members or visitors
  - Could be on paper

Make a ceramic tile informational sign and mounting post - 2.5 points
  - 2 additional points if you made the tile from local clay

Mount a “you are here” map on an existing structure - 1 point
  - All natural materials (laminated map won’t work)

Create a “you are here” map structure - 1 to 15 points
  - 98% natural materials
  - Protection from the elements
  - This might be a 4 point creation if roof was bigger and no paint - https://s3.amazonaws.com/wd-public/images/medium-message-center-pole.jpg
  - This might be a 15 point creation - http://timberhomesllc.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Cow-Pasture-Kiosk.jpeg

Prepare a magnificent dinner (and wash all the dishes) for at least 8 people - 4 points

Give a two hour presentation/tour - 1 to 5 points
  - hold the attention of the participants for the full two hours
  - 6 students = 1 point, 1/2 point for every additional student, maximum of 5 points

Arrange for six hours of presentations/tours - 2 to 10 points
  - Presentor(s) hold the attention of the participants for the full six hours
  - Can be multiple smaller events totaling 6 hours
  - You are coordinating and promoting the event(s)
  - You don’t need to be the one giving the presentations/tour
  - 6 attendees = 2 points, 1 point for every additional student, maximum of 10 points

Teach a 1.5 hour workshop - 1 to 5 points
  - hold the attention of the students for the full 1.5 hours
  - 6 students = 1 point, 1/2 point for every additional student, maximum of 5 points

Teach a six hour workshop - 2 to 10 points
  - hold the attention of the students for the full six hours
  - 5 students = 2 points, 1 point for every additional student, maximum of 10 points
  - Can be combined with “set up a six hour workshop” to get two BBs

Set up a six hour workshop - 2 to 10 points
  - You are coordinating and promoting the event
  - Instructor holds the attention of the students for the full six hours
  - 5 students = 2 points, 1 point for every additional student, maximum of 10 points
  - Can be combined with “teach a six hour workshop” to get two BBs

Improving a library - up to 4 oddball points

Create and lead a work party - 1 to 10 points
  - 4 unrelated people = 1 point, 1 point for every additional unrelated person, maximum of 10 points
  - doesn’t have to be a public thing
  - at least 3 hours of work
  - paying people is okay; work trades are okay; pizza bribes are okay

Hold an award ceremony for something and have at least 8 attendees - 2 points
  - If you make a physical award/trophy/badge - 1 more point

Organize a group field trip with at least 6 attendees - 1 to 3 points
  - 6 unrelated people = 1 point, 1/2 point for every additional unrelated person, maximum of 3 points

Create a seed library - 2 to 12 points
  - At least 12 edible species
  - At least 12 packets of each species
  - At least 8 people check out packets
  - Dry semi-secure location for the seeds
  - Good signage and seed saving info
  - Loose guidelines for points:
     - 2 points for buying 144 seed packets and putting them in a cardboard box
     - 8 points for a nice wooden set up that looks good and has homegrown seeds
     - 12 points for sheer magnificence

Run a seed swap - 1/2 to 5 points
  - Organize date/location
  - 4-5 people = ½ point, 6 people = 1 point, 1/2 point for every additional person, maximum of 5 points

Run a seedling swap - 1/2 to 5 points
  - Organize date/location
  - 4-5 people = ½ point, 6 people = 1 point, 1/2 point for every additional person, maximum of 5 points

Start a club - 2 to 12 points
  - At least 4 meetings
  - Minimum of 4 unrelated members at each meeting
  - Meetings can’t be at a business
  - 4-5 people = 2 points, 2 points for every additional person, maximum of 12 points
  - Points based on poorest attended of the four meetings

Set up a cider pressing party - ½ to 6 points
  - the working participants must be there for at least a 2 hour period
  - At least 4 gallons of cider
  - Any number of participants can bring apples and take cider
  - Photo of workers on the assembly line
  - 4-5 people = ½ point, 6 people = 1 point, 1 point for every additional person, maximum of 6 points

Set up a canning party - ½ to 6 points
  - the working participants must be there for at least a 2 hour period
  - At least 20 quarts or 30 pints
  - Any number of participants can bring produce and take product
  - Photo of workers on the assembly line
  - 4-5 people = ½ point, 6 people = 1 point, 1 point for every additional person, maximum of 6 points

Set up a chicken plucker party - ½ to 6 points
  - the working participants must be there for at least a 2 hour period
  - At least 20 birds
  - Any number of participants can bring birds and take processed birds
  - Photo of workers on the assembly line
  - 4-5 people = ½ point, 6 people = 1 point, 1 point for every additional person, maximum of 6 points

Create a community of 6 non-related people that lives together for 4 months sharing at least 1 meal a week - 15 points
  - Same 6 people for the same 4 months (can start and end with more than 6)
  - Living on the same property
  - You create the community and entice the people to live there

Create a self guided tour with 12 points of interest - 6 points
  - At least two paragraphs of info about each point of interest
  - Tour could be:
     - Paper or electronic
         - Map, or
         - Description of the route with landmarks (at least 2 pics per point), or
         - GPS points
         - Publicly available system to store/distribute the tour guides
     - Physical
         - Signs that explain the item and direct you to the next, or
         - Yellow brick road (probably not an actual yellow brick road but you get the idea), or
         - Path marker of some sort

Create a holiday (which could become annual) - 4 points
  - 1 more point if it’s a winter holiday
  - 1 more point if crafting is involved
  - 1 more point if physical activity is involved
  - 1 more point for a theme related meal
  - 6 more points if the holiday is even better on year #2 (submit to the same BB thread for these points on year 2)
  - orchestrate the holiday to be fun for everybody
  - thread with lots of pics of the event
  - be the master of ceremonies
  - 3 hour minimum
  - at least 8 people for all events throughout the period
  - Needs 4 or more unique events/activities/traditions
  - Example: knapweed day
     - knapweed bouquets
     - knapweed decorations
     - knapweed bonfire
     - knapweed feast (a dinner with knapweed decorations)
     - knapweed creation contest
     - sharing knowledge of knapweed
     - the knapweed song
     - making knapweed rope
     - knapweed race
     - knapweed baskets
     - more events that require using up the knapweed

Create a LIC (labor investment collective)  - 4 points
  - 6 more points if the LIC lives on past your contributions
  - Requires understanding that there may be a large “flake out” factor
  - at least three artifacts are created (one for you)
     - Must be for a BB
  - Artifacts are relatively similar for each participant
  - at least six people participate
  - You put in at least 40 hours of work on the projects (in total)
  - BBs can be completed through a LIC
     - as long as you do all parts of the BB throughout the course of the LIC to show you have learned all the skills
     - Pics of each LIC site showing you’re doing all the tasks at some point
  - examples
     - each person contributes six months to helping others build homes and then gets back six months of people helping to build their home
     - each person contributes one month to helping others build a berm shed and gets back one month of others helping to build a berm shed
  - possible themes:
     - garden
     - wofati
     - berm shed
     - skiddable shed
     - fence
     - rocket mass heater

wood badge
180 points required
New items from Sand and Straw allowed (Sand items count for 1.5 points)
Up to 50 points of duplication allowed from the Wood, Straw and Sand list

Create a community of 6 non-related people that lives together for 6 months sharing at least 1 meal a week - 50 points
  - Same 6 people for the same 6 months (can start and end with more than 6)
  - Living on the same property
  - You create the community and entice the people to live there

Community art - 5 to 40 oddball points
  - needs to be in view of the community

Upgrade a physical location that has already been branded (5 to 20 oddball points)  

Create a food coop - 12 points
  - Distributing bulk food orders to individuals
  - Customers order food, bulk order, divvy up, distribute
  - At least 8 customers
  - Points awarded after $2000 of orders

Create a recurring farmers market or flea market - 10 to 20 points
  - 5 or more sellers
  - 5 or more non-sellers (shoppers)
  - Points awarded after the third market
  - 5 sellers = 10 points, 2 points for each additional seller up to 20 points
  - Points based on the poorest attended market

Build a community garden - 20 to 50 points
  - 8 gardeners = 20 points, 3 points for every additional gardener, maximum of 50 points
  - At least 8 garden plots clearly marked out and labelled
  - At least a half an acre
  - Deer proof
  - Water systems
  - Secure a reliable water supply (100 gal per day unsupervised)
  - Supplying watering cans
  - Produce/tool/hand rinsing area
  - Lots of plumbing BBs to harvest here
  - Paths to each plot
  - Posted rules for gardeners
  - Tool shed

  - Document garden is well used at the end of the growing season
  - Garbage and recycling center
  - Needs access to a lavatory (preferably a willow feeder)

Manage a community garden for a year - 12 to 32 points
  - 8 gardeners = 12 points, 2 points for every additional gardener, maximum of 32 points
  - Conflict resolution
  - Cleaning up messes
  - Clearing abandoned plots for new renters

Manage a seed library - 20 points
  - Prerequisite is “Create a basic seed library” BB or adopt an existing seed library
  - Use a system to determine and document if returned seeds are true to type
  - Dry semi-secure location for the seeds
  - Good signage and seed saving info
  - 6 different people return good seeds
  - At least 12 edible species
  - At least 12 packets of each species
  - At least 400 packets total
  - At least 8 people check out packets
  - At least 1 educational session

Create and lead a work party - 4 to 25 points
  - 4 unrelated people = 4 points, 1.5 points for every additional unrelated person, maximum of 25 points
  - doesn’t have to be a public thing
  - at least 6 hours of work
  - paying people is okay; work trades are okay; pizza bribes are okay

Facilitate a two day educational event/workshop/class - 10 to 30 points
  - Facilitate means:
     - You are the primary driving force that made the event happen.
     - You must have done more work than any other single person to make the event happen.
  - Minimum 8 students at any time during the event = 10 points
  - 1 point for every additional student, maximum of 30 points (i.e. 28 students)
     - (minimum number of students is computed by the low-water mark at any point during the event)
  - At least 16 hours
  - at least 8 students at any given point, not necessarily the same 8
  - At least one meal provided per day
  - you can teach it, or you can have somebody else teach it (but you have to be the event master of ceremonies)
  - Only one BB per event.
     - I.e. If your event is a 4-day long event, you cannot use this BB twice

Facilitate a one week educational event/workshop/class - 20 to 60 points
  - Facilitate means:
     - You are the primary driving force that made the event happen.
     - You must have done more work than any other single person to make the event happen.
  - Minimum 8 students at any time during the event = 20 points
  - 2 point for every additional student, maximum of 60 points (i.e. 28 students)
     - (minimum number of students is computed by the low-water mark at any point during the event)
  - At least 40 hours
  - At least 5 days
  - at least 8 students at any given point, not necessarily the same 8
  - At least one meal provided per day
  - you can teach it, or you can have somebody else teach it (but you have to be the event master of ceremonies)
  - Only one BB per event.
     - I.e. If your event is a 10-day long event, you cannot use this BB twice

Facilitate a two week educational event/workshop/class - 30 to 90 points
  - PDC, ATC, SKIP event, etc
  - Facilitate means:
     - You are the primary driving force that made the event happen.
     - You must have done more work than any other single person to make the event happen.
  - Minimum 8 students at any time during the event = 30 points
  - 3 point for every additional student, maximum of 90 points (i.e. 28 students)
     - (minimum number of students is computed by the low-water mark at any point during the event)
  - At least 80 hours
  - At least 12 days
  - at least 8 students at any given point, not necessarily the same 8
  - At least one meal provided per day
  - you can teach it, or you can have somebody else teach it (but you have to be the event master of ceremonies)
  - Only one BB per event.
     - I.e. If your event is a 24 day event, you cannot use this BB twice

Set up a fair - 20 to 40 points
  - For example: Earth Day, Blue Grass music, Art, Harvest Fest, Fancy flea market, etc
  - At least 200 attendees
  - At least 6 vendors/booths
  - At least 2 presenters/workshops/artists/scheduled singers
  - At least 1 food option
  - You are the primary driving force that made the event happen.
  - You must have done more work than any other single person to make the event happen.
  - At least 4 hours long
  - 200 attendees = 20 points, 1 point for every additional 10 attendees, maximum of 40 points total

iron badge

Create a community of 8 non-related people that lives together for 30 months sharing at least 1 meal a week
  - Same 8 people for the same 30 months (can start and end with more than 8)
  - Living on the same property
  - You create the community and entice the people to live there







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Shawn and I are currently working on the iron badge, but I think this one is far enough along to share.  

When we first started this badge, it seemed like it might end up a bit too challenging.  But it has ended up being one of the easier and more fund badges!

I am posting this here now in the hopes that people have more ideas for the "thorn list", the "gulch list" and the "knot list".  

As you can see, each thing can have a bunch of pics to show it was done - thus validate it.   There might be the need for some video.

As we did this, we thought about things that would definitely BUILD community (as opposed to be something that people would simply experience in community).  

We decided that preparing a meal for people would be a solid build for community.  Hosting a potluck can build community, but it can also be a bit iffy - if a few people don't bring anything, or bring something really lame, that can lead to resentments, which is poison to community.

I think the LIC stuff is gonna prove out to be a magnificent strength component of the community stuff.  
 
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Will there not be any experience with intentional community and/or living with people in the community badges?
 
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What about groups, already small 'communities', who organise activities to 'grow' a larger community. Our group organises many of the things mentioned here (in Sand Badge), but we do it together. Could there be something like a 'group badge'?
 
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Kyle Bob wrote:Will there not be any experience with intentional community and/or living with people in the community badges?



So let's say that for the wood badge you have to share a kitchen with a dozen people for two months.  

Did you build community, or did you simply tolerate community?  Did you end up actually poisoning community?   How do you measure how you did?  Can you take a picture?  A video?  How do you prove that you built community.

What would be a two month community gig that would fit with the other wood badge BBs?

 
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Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:What about groups, already small 'communities', who organise activities to 'grow' a larger community. Our group organises many of the things mentioned here (in Sand Badge), but we do it together. Could there be something like a 'group badge'?



Can you give me an example of what a BB might look like?
 
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I think this is my favorite thing ever.

brand a piece of equipment
 requires
    name
    the keys carry the name
 examples
    ranger doug (our little pickup truck)
    rex (the excavator)
 add some sort of interesting flair/character to the equipment

 
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paul wheaton wrote:Did you build community, or did you simply tolerate community?  Did you end up actually poisoning community?


The E in PEX stands for experience! You experienced intentional community first hand!  And the value in that is maybe now you know you can't stand that sort of thing and can avoid it in the future.

paul wheaton wrote:How do you measure how you did?  Can you take a picture?  A video?  How do you prove that you built community.


I guess if you can tough it out for the time allotted by the program and you don't get kicked out, you pass.  A daily picture/video blog like the one required for the wofati experience on the for the natural building iron badge.

paul wheaton wrote:What would be a two month community gig that would fit with the other wood badge BBs?


Two months in a community for a wood badge?  I was thinking a week long workshop or maybe 4 weekends would be a nice chunk of the wood badge, and 2 straight weeks would be part of the iron badge.

WWOOFing is another option.
 
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paul wheaton wrote:

Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:What about groups, already small 'communities', who organise activities to 'grow' a larger community. Our group organises many of the things mentioned here (in Sand Badge), but we do it together. Could there be something like a 'group badge'?



Can you give me an example of what a BB might look like?


I start thinking about that now.

The first things coming to my mind is:
- have a meeting together, starting with an agenda, talk about all topics on the agenda in (about) one hour
- during that meeting (one hour) come to a decision all present there are (fairly) content on, about at least one topic  

I hope you understand what I mean.
 
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I believe I have now accomplished everything necessary for this badge! I have Branded a location, created a map, and improved the branded location.
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you now have the community sand badge! Congratulations, this is the first awarded badge!

 
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might already be in this badge - create one of those street lending library boxes.  make it pretty.  
 
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r ranson wrote:might already be in this badge - create one of those street lending library boxes.  make it pretty.  



I think this would fit perfect in improve an already branded location!

Or, maybe even in public art, if it's done nicely!
 
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I think I will qualify for the Community Sand Badge.
geocaching BB
Make a Map.
my brand a location BB.
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I hereby certify that you have attained the Community Sand Badge! Congratulations on your third badge--you're catching up on me!

 
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This might be silly, but what about a BB for making badges for other people who've earned badges?  Maybe something on a thin piece of wood.  Or sewn.   Or needlepointed.  Or welded.  Or woven.  

But basically a little badge that you mail to someone who completed their badge so they can have a physical token of permies awesomeness.
 
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And what about one for starting a club?  Book club, Stamp collecting, Permaculture, whatever
 
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Or how about teaching a skill to one person?  Or a BB?
 
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Thanks, I'll run them past Paul when I get a chance.  I wanted to post them here so I didn't forget.  For many of the badges, we're adding points to them so that we can have a much bigger list of items and the PEPper can just chose which ones they want to do in order to accumulate the required number of points.  
 
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I think I just qualified for the Community badge!

Brand a Location
Make a meal for 8 people
Teach a 1 hour workshop
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Looks good. Enjoy your new badge!

 
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I believe I have accomplished what I need for my sand badge!

Make a Map
Brand a Location
Make a Public Art Installation
Staff note (Nicole Alderman) :

I hereby certify that you have attained the Community Sand Badge! Congratulations!!!

 
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I believe I have the Community Badge!

- Brand a physical location: https://permies.com/p/1108165

Thorn List (2)
- Create a Map: https://permies.com/p/1098903
- Geocache: https://permies.com/p/1132404

Definitely wasn't the badge I expected to get third...
Staff note (Mike Haasl) :

Congratulations on your third badge!!!

 
Mike Haasl
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We just fleshed out this badge a ton!  Please check it out in the top post and see how wonderful it is!  
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