Community Services 2050


The Community Services (CS2050) mission is simple – to ensure that California remains vibrant and sustainable for the next generation.

It appears that despite the economic recovery, more and more of California is economically unhealthy: functionally and structurally.

Moreover, a healthy, vibrant California cannot exist with so much of it (geographically) in decline, and without viable solutions in the conversation.

Our simply bold mission is to provide data for a new strategic planning conversation, and to use our not-for-profit social enterprises to help restore economically disadvantaged areas with California.

Forest Innovations – an enterprise focused on harvesting dead and dying timber in the Sierra Nevada mountains, a region being devastated not only by a prolonged drought, but also a growing infestation of bark beetles that are parasites on the trees stressed by the lack of water. Our mission includes creating education and employment opportunities, and first-rate artwork and legacy furniture in the process. 

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Service Durability - a public policy, strategic planning initiative that is synthesizing and understanding the data trends that are common to Cities, independent special districts, and non-profits. This information will be used to assess whether front-line service providers are organizationally durable (sustainable), and to develop practical, achievable actions, solutions, and reforms to ensure community services are sustained and enhanced for another generation.

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Ourea Communities - a collective of sustainable communities. Each community is characterized by several distinguishing standards.

  • Decompressed settings for all ages to live, innovate, and play
  • Vibrant places to nourish body, mind, and soul --- perfect for creative thought
  • Cost-effective office and residential spaces for revolutionaries, families, businesses, and retirees.

CS2050 was founded by Matt Boyer, and is staffed by Matthew C. Boyer & Associates.

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