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close this book Appropriate community technology - A training manual
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The Farallones Institute Rural Center

The Farallones Institute is a nonprofit organization active in the development of appropriate community technologies, with an emphasis on renewable sources of energy and food systems. Areas of expertise include:

* Design and implementation of training programs, with a focus on experiential learning and the acquisition of integrated skills

* Development of educational materials

* Resource gathering and information sharing

* Design, use and evaluation of smallscale technologies

* Study trips to rural China

* Consulting services

15290 Coleman Valley Rd.

Occidental, California 95465

(707) 874-3060