Seeds for a New Day - Paper Cuts for Transition

A campaign by Sarai Stevens

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A campaign by Sarai Stevens
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    a pack of 12 greeting cards featuring Seeds For A New Day paper cut illustrations.

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    a published and signed copy of Seeds For A New Day.

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Seeds for a New Day

-a book by Sarai Stevens



A small group of neighbors and I created the Bow Little Market and formed the Chuckanut Transition initiating committee - looking for the means to help reconnect the people of the Samish Watershed into a functioning, resilient community no longer so dependent on neighboring cities for local goods and services. 



In 2011, we participated in the Skagit Human Rights Festival and I created Seeds For A New Day.  This book of paper cuts illustrates Transition Town concepts and is meant to inspire dialogue between families and children about the realities of our current time and how we may respond positively and write a brighter future for humankind. 

With your help, I plan on self-publishing and selling this book at the Bow Little Market and other local area independent bookstores to help inspire necessary cultural changes.

Thanks so much for your support.


About the Author



Sarai Stevens
is an active community member in the Chuckanut region of Northwest Washington state.  She is the mother of three, an incredible artist, a successful and experimental forest gardener, a founding member of the Little Bow Market and an active member of the Chuckanut Transition Town group.  Sarai not only dreams of, but actively works for a planet where people are healthy, society is engaged, and the environment is thriving.