An Experiment in Community Regeneration

What does it mean to say that Possible Bound Brook represents an experiment in community regeneration? Firstly, it means that we believe there is a possibility for Bound Brook to become a model for sustainable living for communities of its size and complexity everywhere. We recognize this complexity at several levels: the language and cultural … [Read more…]

Urban Agriculture for Beginners

Food Security and Container Gardens:  On two successive Saturdays in June, we introduced the Astorga brothers, permaculture and ecotourism teachers, from Costa Rica to members of the Bound Brook High School Robotics Club. Science Teacher Matt Hueston allowed us to come and present the idea to the club after school a week or so earlier. … [Read more…]

Join the Bound Brook Civic Cooperative

The Bound Brook Civic Co-op is a cross between a civic association and a worker/investor cooperative. It’s designed to empower local leadership to create positive transformation in the community. Cooperatives are increasingly becoming the preferred model for local economic development — they’re democratically managed by their members, they serve the community, and they make a … [Read more…]

What We’re About

As Buckminster Fuller said, humanity is facing its final exam. We must reimagine our world as a possibility — what it could be, and what we need it to be.“ The mission of our nonprofit, the Center for Regenerative Community Solutions (CRCS), is creating thriving and resilient communities. We invite you to join us in this … [Read more…]

Welcome to Possible Bound Brook

Possible Bound Brook is an experiment in community regeneration. It is a community-based and inspired imagining of a possible future for the town. It is also practical — a collaborative and co-creative conversation. Its outcome is not a pre-defined plan or vision, but arises within the dialog that we are having with residents and community … [Read more…]