This September, Scott hosted a panel discussion with the founders of the Brooklyn Flea, Blue Marble, Brooklyn Grange, Alive Structures, and Crop to Cup at Greenlight Bookstore in Ft Greene, Brooklyn. These five remarkable and innovative Brooklyn entrepreneurs talked with a crowd of 65 of their...
Sheepless recently co-sponsored a screening of the ground-breaking, eye-opening documentary "The Greenhorns" with The Loft at UCSD and UCSD Earth Week. Directed by Severine von Tscharner Fleming, and grown out of a grassroots non-profit organization of the same name, the film's mission is to recruit, promote and support the new generation of young farmers in this ample and able 21st century America.
We're hitting the road! Sheepless founder Scott Ballum is driving from California to Maine—and back—to discover innovative and unique small businesses wherever they may be, and documenting the trip in video as we go [WATCH], please check it out and follow along!
On Monday, May 10, Sheepless.org hosted a reception and video screening at Green Spaces in Tribeca, NY, honoring the small businesses and organizations we've profiled over the past year, and introducing the Sheepless editorial and creative team. This project sought to bring our online community, offline. We were thrilled to have so many cool people doing interesting things all in one room!
On June 11, 2009, leaders of educational, cultural, and socially-driven
organizations, along with friends and collaborators of Sheepless,
gathered at Green Spaces in Brooklyn, NY, to celebrate the inauguration
of the new business.
"Wait a minute... where are you?" — It's the day before my 31st birthday, and my brother is calling me to wish me well and to catch up. It's been a few weeks, maybe months, since we've talked this time, and though we have a vague notion of what's going on in each other's lives, the daily specifics are often unknown—or more interestingly, filtered through our parents.