Right now, ordinary people are pioneering more just, healthy, democratic and sustainable futures by changing the ways they live or how they work with others to change their communities. 

Social movements need stories of positive change that help inspire people, give them some footsteps to follow, and help activate them to make changes in their own lives.  Next Stop Now is a place to find these stories of change to help catalyze movement, where you'll hear from people who took a risk to change their lives to change the world.


Next Stop Now Podcast: Experiments in re-purposing life

Episode 1: Longhaul Farm.  The first episode follows the story of Ecological Citizen's Project founders, Jason Angell and Jocelyn Apicello, as they abandoned office life in NYC and honey-moved to Patagonian Argentina where they re-imagined life and came back home to start Longhaul Farm in the Hudson Valley. Listen in.

Episode 2: New York Heartwoods. Megan Offner has always loved trees. After working in a wasteful industry of set design, she decided to re-purpose her design passion. Megan started New York Heartwoods, based in Kingston, NY, to salvage local wood and trees, restore forest health and create beautiful design with purpose. Listen in.

Episode 3: Peekskill Community Health Center. In this episode, ECP founder Jason Angell talks with Rev. Jeannette J. Phillips and Hon. Alan Steiner about how they started the Peekskill Community Health Center in the 1970s in Peekskill, New York to fill a big need for local, affordable health care that still exists to this day. Listen in.

Episode 4: Tiny House. In this episode, Rick McNerny and Leah Melcarek share why they decided to leave their Brooklyn apartment for a tiny house on wheels. Listen in.