The Oakland Map Jam was an event on Oct. 18, 2013 that was an effort to map out and make visible the collaborative community spaces and organizations that already exist in Oakland. We are documenting everything that's part of the open/p2p/collaborative/free/sharing landscape in Oakland including worker-owned cooperatives, farmer’s markets, hackerspaces, coworking spaces, intentional communities, community gardens, urban farms, tool and seed libraries, free stores, art collectives, public parks, bike kitchens and infoshops – to name a few of the wonderful things happening in our city!
This event is part of the blog Shareable's nationwide map jam.
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