Bloomington, Indiana's hometown paper money bills. They give us a way to trade and barter with each other, to work together more, and to build friendships through sharing our talents.
Gainesville, Florida Barter Network issues local currency for the purpose of local economic activity and exchange between all individuals, businesses and non-profits. Lists of good and services, how it works, and meeting calendar are featured.
Ithaca, New York. Pioneering local money program tbat inspired dozens around the US and the world. Describes how it works, development and history of local currencies, media coverage over the years, how to start and maintain your own local currency, list of businesses accepting HOURS, and a local currency starter kit.
The first and largest modern local currency system, often used as a model for others. Includes searchable member directory and information on how to start your own local currency system.
Madison, Wisconsin-based cooperative that seeks to develop a local currency.
|The E.F. Schumaker Society's Local Currency Library|
The Society is an educational non-profit organization focusing on social and environmental sustainability. This page links to articles about local economics and materials on operating a local currency system.