Nori's Eco Salon
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Meet Roya Adjory of Nori's Eco Salon in Encino - Voyage LA Magazine | LA City Guide Today we’d like to introduce you to Roya Adjory. Roya, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far. Nori’s Eco salon is a family owned and operated small business and has been serving the community for the last 27 years. About 14 [.....
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Happen Films latest project, “Together We Grow”, is a documentary about the Common Unity Project, which works collaboratively with community, schools and organizations in New Zealand. The Common Unity Project has created a honey and beekeeping collective, a bicycle recycling program, sewing and knitting circles, a local timebank, and a thriving urban farm with an associated kitchen, grocery co-op, and catering service, among other initiatives.
Common Unity Projects include the ReMakery – “a place to rebuild, restructure and redefine old, out-of-date things. It is a place to create a new way, starting with the best of what we already know, and the best of what we already have. It is a place for sharing knowledge, time and skills, and for learning, learning, learning…together, we grow our own solutions.”
This replicable model for developing strong, connected, resilient communities could be put in place across millions of communities across the world. They’ve proven it can be done, this film was made to help them share the story.
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We're celebrating our 75th anniversary as a family-owned company!
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Learn how The Rolling Stones met this fierce Goddess and made history at https://layoga.com/entertainment/music/how-hindu-goddess-kali-inspired-rock-n-rolls-most-infamous-icon/
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