An online meeting place for discussion about working collaboratively to promote Transition and local resilience efforts around New England.
Latest Activity: Mar 25
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Hi everyone,This year there will be a "Transition Track" at the Slow Living Summit in Brattleboro, VT, June 5 - 8. This will be a great opportunity to continue our conversations begun last October, share stories, lessons learned, and updates about…Continue
Started by Sarah Byrnes Mar 25.
Hi everyone, One of my pledges at the meeting was to organize a workshop about hope. I did something even better: I contacted my friend and Transition Wayland colleague Katy Allen (rabbi of Ma’yan Tikvah and chaplain at the Brigham and Women’s),…Continue
Started by Katrien Vander Straeten Dec 21, 2012.
A number of people at the Regional meeting brought up the topic of time banking. We in the Newburyport area are in the process of setting up a new time bank. We have been looking at the TImeBanksUSA model and reviewing the information resources on…Continue
Started by Elizabeth Marcus. Last reply by Jennifer Hill Oct 25, 2012.
We all know that the real work of building local resilience happens at the local level. One important role for this New England-wide network will be to share ideas and experience among local practitioners, because everyone benefits from greater…Continue
Started by Conrad Willeman Oct 21, 2012.