Vermont Time Bankers Build a More Personal Economy

Video: Whatever service you might need, you’re likely to be able to get it at Onion River Time Bank, where you pay by doing what you love.

A 700-member time bank in Central Vermont from Olivier Asselin on Vimeo.

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