Unite, Discuss, Act – Building Stronger Communities Together

The Heart of OpenForum:
OpenForum, an integral part of OpenTree, is where community voices converge to address local issues, share ideas, and launch initiatives. It’s a dynamic space where every member has the power to make a difference.

Features and Functionality:

  • Discussion Boards: Share ideas, concerns, and visions for your community.
  • Project Launchpads: Propose and rally support for local projects.
  • Resource Pooling: Connect with locals to crowdsource materials and skills.
  • Event Coordination: Plan and organize community events.

Empowering Communities Through Collaboration:

  • Idea Incubation: Have an idea to beautify a park? Post it, discuss it, and watch it gain traction.
  • Skill Sharing: Offer or seek skills, from gardening to coding, that can aid community projects.
  • Support Networks: Form support groups for various community needs, be it education, health, or local business support.

Impactful Outcomes:

  • Enhanced Local Engagement: Drive real change from the ground up, fostering a sense of community ownership and pride.
  • Sustainable Solutions: Encourage eco-friendly projects and practices.
  • Inclusive Participation: Ensure everyone’s voice is heard, building a more equitable community.

Your Role in OpenForum:
You’re not just a user; you’re a change-maker, a community builder, an innovator. Whether it’s reviving a neighborhood, supporting local businesses, or starting a sustainability drive, your contributions shape the community.

Join OpenTree Today:
Be the spark that ignites community transformation. Together, let’s turn conversations into action, building a stronger, more connected world.

OpenForum by OpenTree: Where Every Conversation Inspires Community Action.


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Who Are We?

We are many, and we represent all. We are the teachers and the bakers, the local grocer and the small homestead farm that meets at the farmers market each week. We are your neighbors. We are your community.

Robert Kuntz
OpenTree Founder