In the past week alone, we added more than 130 brand new names to our roster of Strong Citizens.
It’s the final day of the Spring member drive at Strong Towns. Give us a call and let’s chat about what it’ll take to get you on board.
Our goal is to inspire millions of advocates to shout from the rooftops that our approach to growth and development has to change, until Strong Towns ideas become as ubiquitous as the air you breathe. There’s a long way to go, but we see it working.
Community Builder Jacob Moses converses with Kevin Leier—a social studies teacher at Rugby High School in North Dakota—and a few of his students about their new community building class inspired by Strong Towns.
Learn how Strong Towns members across the nation can grow the Strong Towns network through Local Conversations, from three organizers who have walked the walk.
A Strong Towns speaking event is the perfect catalyst to take the hard work of local #StrongCitizen advocates to the next level. And this year, we’re doing more of them than ever before.
“Though many of our worst problems are big, they do not necessarily have big solutions. Many needed changes will have to be made in individual lives… and in local communities.” Wendell Berry wrote these words about reforming agriculture, but they apply to building Strong Towns as well.
What the Strong Towns movement needs to do is change our cultural understanding about growth, development and the way we invest in our places.
…and get your questions answered.
Last call before things get really crazy.
In the past week alone, we added more than 150 brand new names to our roster of Strong Citizens.
It’s the final day of the Fall member drive at Strong Towns. Give us a call and let’s chat about what it’ll take to get you on board.
In 2018, we presented the Strong Towns message in person to over 8,000 people from diverse backgrounds and professions. We want to keep that number growing. Your membership will make it possible.
Every Strong Towns member knows at least one person who would love, or does love, our work and ought to be a member themselves. Will you take a couple minutes and talk with that person today?
Our members are out there turning good ideas into reality in their own communities. They’re doing it by connecting with fellow strong citizens—and we want to help you do the same.
There are a lot of worthy movements and organizations that want your time, energy, and money. Here are some things that set Strong Towns apart.
Sometimes the smallest things we can do for our towns deliver the biggest return on investment. And the best part: you don’t even have to wait to get started.
We seek to expose as many people as possible to Strong Towns ideas, and nudge them to act. This is how we aim to change the continent-wide conversation about growth, development, and governance.
We want to equip Strong Towns members with the tools to promote real, substantive public conversations about their towns’ financial futures. Here’s how one member is using those tools.
Making your city, town, or region more resilient and prosperous isn’t something that starts with us. It starts with you. We’re here to give you the tools.