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 mixed coast collective 

 Weaving Data and Stories for Change 

What We Do

Our Mission

Initially started in 2019 as an Instagram account, The Mixed Coast Collective has blossomed into a unique organization focusing on community building and strategic planning that offers a rewarding and engaging experience for participants in Newfoundland and Labrador. 

 

We offer individuals, educators, businesses, politicians, and investors, a chance to delve into a interdisciplinary high level strategy sessions that focus on engaging community members and providing education tools and collecting comprehensive data that aim to provide a clearer plan to consider social, economic, and environmental relationships that take care of people and the planet. 

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Weaving data and stories for change

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Our Services

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There may be no better way to communicate what we do than through images. As you browse our site, take a few moments to let your eyes linger here, and see if you can get a feel for our signature touch.

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With over 20 years of Research and Community Building Experience

With over 20 years of combined experience, Mixed Coast Collective has strong commitment to research and community building has enabled us to help countless individuals and communities around the world. Our programs and initiatives are designed to foster collaboration and connection, bringing people together to work towards common goals. We believe that everyone has something to offer, and we work hard to create opportunities for people to share their experiences and learn from one another. If you are passionate about building strong, equitable, and sustainable communities, then Mixed Coast Collective is the organization for you.

Thank You!

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