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The Neahtawanta Center The Neahtawanta Center works toward environmental sustainability and community resilience, upholding nonviolence and respect for all life. Right-sized, nimble, and responsive, the Neahtawanta Center has for more than 25 years served as a focus and facilitator of progressive Earth-centered education and activism, primarily in the Grand Traverse Region. With long experience, the Center is able to organize quickly and collaboratively around matters of concern. It also carries on long-term projects, such as its program Investigating Community Resilience.

A series of annual events, Including the Summer and Winter Solstice Gatherings, which are held at the Neahtawanta Inn and Retreat Center, the Center's home; and the August Hiroshima Candle Float on the Boardman River help strengthen the community and build support for the Center's vital aims.


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