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Setup a Local Edible Exchange

Dayboro Exchange Edible Exchange, this one is a good example.

In this post, you get an idea of what is involved in setting up a local exchange. This post is not to tell you HOW to do it step by step. Essentially, HOW and WHAT you do is up to you. Each community will have its unique requirements, location and councils.

The post will outline the basic building blocks and give ideas and hints towards possible issues. It is not intended to be the answer for all possible scenarios.
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