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Updated State Member Rankings

Updated State Member Rankings

Last week we hit an important milestone, reaching the 1,000 member mark.

Here's an updated list of top performing states.

Renewed and Reinvigorated!

Renewed and Reinvigorated!

Last week was obviously a big week for new members, but it was also a big week for renewing members.

We are 1,000 Strong!

We are 1,000 Strong!

You did it! I'm totally blown away. We set the ceiling for success really high this week and you smashed right through it. This is nothing short of stunning.

Member Testimonial: Maurice Carter

Member Testimonial: Maurice Carter

"We can't solve the problems we created yesterday with the thinking we used to create them. Strong Towns is teaching us to be more mindful, more deliberate, and more skeptical of our own biases." ~ Maurice Carter

Ask Me Anything: Strong Towns

Ask Me Anything: Strong Towns

Please join us at 1PM Eastern time for a special Ask Me Anything featuring Chuck Marohn as well as Rachel Quednau and Jason Schaefer of Strong Towns.

Member Testimonial: Joe Minicozzi

Member Testimonial: Joe Minicozzi

"Strong Towns is the go-to source for a clear-eyed and agnostic explanation of why our communities are going broke." ~ Joe Minicozzi

Top 5 States

Top 5 States

Our member drive continues to gain momentum. Thank you everyone for all of your support. Here's an update on some rankings. 

Member Testimonial: Jonathan Hay

Member Testimonial: Jonathan Hay

"For too long we have been dependent on experts and special interests to make good decisions on our behalf. Strong Towns is helping us to revive conversations and ask the right questions." ~ Jonathan Hay

Member Testimonial: Michael Smith

Member Testimonial: Michael Smith

"The Strong Towns message and community gives us the tools we need to ensure our cities remain resilient." ~ Michael Smith

Podcast: James Howard Kunstler

Podcast: James Howard Kunstler

Author, speaker, social critique and friend of the Strong Towns movement Jim Kunstler joins the podcast to provide an update on The Long Emergency, America's ongoing struggle with economic turmoil, energy depletion and climate craziness. 

Podcast: Jason and Rachel

Podcast: Jason and Rachel

Jason Schaefer and Rachel Quednau chat about the diversity of members, what it's been like working for Strong Towns, and what they're looking forward to as the organization grows.

The Strong Towns Approach

The Strong Towns Approach

There are no universal answers to the complex problems America’s cities, towns and neighborhoods face. There is no playbook.

Member Testimonial: Jim Roberts

Member Testimonial: Jim Roberts

I first became a member of Small Towns thanks to a gift membership. Initially I found the posts, blogs and chats interesting but over the past year they have become invaluable to the volunteer work I do with my community.

Interview with Johnny Sanphillippo

Interview with Johnny Sanphillippo

One of our more colorful contributors is Johnny Sanphillippo, the author of the blog Granola Shotgun. Johnny joins Chuck to contrast three cities in New Jersey and, in the process, gain some insight into what will follow America's Suburban Experiment.

The Lonely Hearts Club

The Lonely Hearts Club

Ah, the lonely hearts club.. These three states have just a single Strong Towns member.