NeighborGoods Goes National
Last fall we wrote about the launch of NeighborGoods, the Craigslist-and-Freecycle-inspired Los Angeles-based sharing network launched by Micki Krimmel. After its successful test-run in Southern California, NeighborGoods is going national, so people all over the United States can save money and resources by sharing things—like vacuums, power tools, bikes, or just about anything else—with their friends and neighbors. Ultimately, a culture of increased sharing and reduced buying means less junk ends up in landfills—and we interact with each other a bit more along the way.
You can sign up to share, borrow, or rent things with people in your neighborhood here.