What is a guild? It's an informal group of people who share the same interests
in NCSC, Inc. Guilds make decisions and recommendations based upon their knowledge and preferences. Then they work with the Board of Directors or Executive Director, to chart and operate the NCSC in that area of concern.
There is no charge to be a member of the NCSC Guild,
but you must be a member of the organization.
Guilds will meet in person sometimes, or use email or through our members website
technologies to share their concerns and discuss their interests.
Which guilds are available?
Wordmith's Guild (writing, poetry, history)
Creamery (cheesemakers, yogurt and small dairy producers)
(canning, catering, culinary concerns, bakers)
Gardener's Guild (garden, season extenders,)
Green Guild (composting, alternative energy, energy conservation)
Fiber Guild (spinning, weaving, knitting, textiles)
Canine Guild (dog shows, training, agility)
Crofter's Guild (livestock, animals)
Artists' Guild (visual artists, photographers,)
Smithy's Guild (
Retail Guild (retail shop operation)
Hunger Guild (addressing local food/nutrition needs)
Let us know which guilds you are interested in. We've set up a web-based communication system, so that people can get in touch with each other. Then it will be up to each guild to decide how they want to function as a group.