Note: If you do not want to use email, you may also submit an application for membership on paper to the secretary in person, at Folleterre containing all of the information below and a signature.
Folleterre is owned by a law 1901 non-profit association in France called Les Amis de Folleterre. Associations need members.
Our bylaws allow for two kinds of members: community members and active members.
Community members are people who identify as part of the community. If you think you are a community member, then you are!
Active members are people whose names appear on our official paperwork, and get a few rights in the association, like being able to fully participate in the consensus-making process at the Great Circle.
If you have been to a gathering before, gone home, and come back to Folleterre (or plan to), you can become an active member.
Submit this request and your “active membership” will last until next year’s Great Circle. See you next year, faerie!
A complete description of our consensus-making process can be found in the FETCH Book starting on page 3.