Collaborative consumption is all the rage these days, but for every internet-enabled sharing economy start up, there are hundreds of other forms of sharing that simply involve neighbors doing what they have always done—pooling resources to ensure their mutual well-being.

From a group of neighbors who removed their fences and started a garden, through a household that turned a parking strip into a garden growing free produce for their neighbors, to sharing gardens that offer free food to all who need it, Peak Moment TV has been a great source of inspiration for people who believe that much of the solution to our current crisis may in fact be found in our past. By sharing what we have, we build social equity which in turn comes back to benefit all of us.

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