Save the Domes!
The Defense and Rebirth of the
Baggin's End Co-op in Davis, California

In 2011, Baggins End, also known as the Davis Domes – a community of 28 University of California, Davis students living in fourteen dome-shaped cottages amongst gardens and forests, faced one of the biggest challenges in their 40-year existence.

Threatened with closure, the Domies rallied together and with the help of thousands of volunteers and supporters, they gained the support of other cooperatives, changed the minds of administrators, raised money, and fixed up the Domes.

Read the illustrated story onlinePDF and hard copies also contain in addition to the story, an overview of how the Domes are run, as well as photos, artwork, music, and essays on life at the Domes. 
 
56 full color pages
of illustrations, writings,
and photographs.
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After Winter,
Into Spring

A fairy tale for the 21st century

This charming story explores the dark scary parts of global industrial civilization with a whimsical journey through underwater cities, icy oceans, rainbow-colored skies, towering palaces, and ordinary neighborhoods.  Along the way, learning, cooperation, and liberation are found. 

After Winter, Into Spring comes with full color illustrations on every page and also contains a short appendix of economic and environmental concepts at the end.

Read onlinePDF and hard copies also available. 
 
72 full color pages of illustrations and text.
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