From working with one community to sixteen in what seemed like a blink of an eye, Greener Footprints grew up fast. Now, at six years old, the Society has taken a momentary pause to reflect on the past and plan for the future. Hence, the strategic planning process begins. Last evening’s meeting marked the first in the series. Using strategies from Socrates and sticky notes from Jen’s drawer, Michiah led the directors through a thoughtful discussion. By the end of the session, after a bit of wordsmithing, the board had come up with a mission statement! Stay tuned for updates over the summer as the strategic planning process goes forward.
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