Transition Massachusetts

Shauna Lynn
  • Female
  • Shelburne Falls, MA
  • United States
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  • Karin Ekstrom
  • Walker Korby
  • Conrad Willeman

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Karin Ekstrom left a comment for Shauna Lynn
"Hi Shauna! Wow, what a coincidence! Or actually two :o) I am in Massachussetts, Northhampton, for this semester. In Sweden I am since long a climate activist - on different levels - and would like to do at least something here too. I REALLY would…"
Sep 11, 2010
Shauna Lynn left a comment for Karin Ekstrom
"Hi Karin - That is my Mother's spelling of her name! Are you over here in Massachusetts just visiting from Sweden or do you live here? My boyfriend speaks Swedish. He has a couple grown swedish boys and a swedish exwife. Maybe I'll see you…"
Sep 10, 2010
Karin Ekstrom might attend Shauna Lynn's event
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GOATS! Milking and goat-cheese-making skill share and POTLUCK! at Alice & Ted Armen's

September 25, 2010 from 4pm to 7pm
Goats are the most productive dairy animal in the world and have been used since the dawn of human kind in small scale sustainable production. They are largely overlooked in this country, but in our opinion shouldn't be!Ever wondered how to milk a goat? Ever wanted to know how to make expensive chevre cheese cheaply? Come to Alice and Ted Armen's on September 25th at 4:00 for a tour and some lessons on milking and cheese making.stay for PotLuck after! Bring a dish or other edible contributionSee More
Sep 10, 2010
Shauna Lynn posted an event
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GOATS! Milking and goat-cheese-making skill share and POTLUCK! at Alice & Ted Armen's

September 25, 2010 from 4pm to 7pm
Goats are the most productive dairy animal in the world and have been used since the dawn of human kind in small scale sustainable production. They are largely overlooked in this country, but in our opinion shouldn't be!Ever wondered how to milk a goat? Ever wanted to know how to make expensive chevre cheese cheaply? Come to Alice and Ted Armen's on September 25th at 4:00 for a tour and some lessons on milking and cheese making.stay for PotLuck after! Bring a dish or other edible contributionSee More
Sep 1, 2010
Shauna Lynn and Conrad Willeman are now friends
Aug 24, 2010
Shauna Lynn updated an event
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Sorry, Cancelled:Mini-Farm n Garden tour. Rescheduled soon at Alice and Ted Armen's mini-farm

August 29, 2010 from 2pm to 3pm
On Sunday August 29 at 2:00 pm, Alice and Ted Armen have invited the Montague Backyard Gardeners and Transition towns to visit their mini farm and garden at 68 Main St, Montague Center.Alice and Ted were recently featured in a front page story in the Greenfield Recorder describing what they were able to do on one acre of land with goats, chickens, berries, fruits, and of course, vegetables. Their farmstead can only be described as truly astonishing and a must to be seen.This is a rare…See More
Aug 24, 2010
Shauna Lynn replied to David Eggleton's discussion Perspectives on the 7/18 Gathering of Initiators
"Hi Conrad, I'm wondering if you have gotten a list of everyone who attended the regional gathering and have invited them to join this great transition website for Mass? If not, I could ask Tina for the list. Shauna"
Aug 23, 2010
Shauna Lynn posted an event
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Wood Lot Management at Brooks Bend Farm

September 4, 2010 from 10am to 12pm
Even a small woodlot can produce good firewood. Learn basic chainsaw safety, and learn ways to manage a woodlot to maximize forest health including habitat and species diversity. A 4acre woodlot can sustainably supply one average household with firewood.
Aug 22, 2010
Shauna Lynn replied to David Eggleton's discussion Perspectives on the 7/18 Gathering of Initiators
"Hi All, I attended the regional gathering, actually not the entire thing, but was there for a couple go rounds of open space, and catching one that was in progress when I arrived. I cut and will paste a note I wrote to my initiating group in…"
Aug 22, 2010
Shauna Lynn joined Colin's group
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Transition Pioneer Valley

A Network for the Valley as a whole to discuss and coordinate Transition initiatives
Aug 22, 2010
Shauna Lynn updated their profile photo
Aug 22, 2010
Conrad Willeman left a comment for Shauna Lynn
"Hi Shauna, Welcome to the Transition Massachusetts networking and information site, and thanks for already adding an announcement about an exciting event. If it were not for the Bill McKibben talk later the same day in Lexington, I would consider…"
Aug 22, 2010
Shauna Lynn posted an event
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Mini-Farm n Garden tour at Alice and Ted Armen's mini-farm

August 29, 2010 from 2pm to 3pm
On Sunday August 29 at 2:00 pm, Alice and Ted Armen have invited the Montague Backyard Gardeners and Transition towns to visit their mini farm and garden at 68 Main St, Montague Center.Alice and Ted were recently featured in a front page story in the Greenfield Recorder describing what they were able to do on one acre of land with goats, chickens, berries, fruits, and of course, vegetables. Their farmstead can only be described as truly astonishing and a must to be seen.This is a rare…See More
Aug 20, 2010
Shauna Lynn is now a member of Transition Massachusetts
Aug 20, 2010

Profile Information

How are you currently involved in the Transition movement?
not currently
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
I would like to be joined together in community in my neighborhood, working to design and create the life and society that we want ,instead of being subject to the society that exists.
How can you help the growth/acceptance/vitality of the Transition movement?
I'm spreading the word, creating events, and working on our new face book page - we have almost 80 friends in only a couple days!

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At 3:03pm on September 11, 2010, Karin Ekstrom said…
Hi Shauna! Wow, what a coincidence! Or actually two :o) I am in Massachussetts, Northhampton, for this semester. In Sweden I am since long a climate activist - on different levels - and would like to do at least something here too. I REALLY would love to come to the goat´s event, since it is something I have been dreaming about...and I am considering doing a "how to make goat cheeese"-course in Sweden. Do you know if it is at all possible to get to your place by public transport (from N-H)? I don´t have a car, nor a licence, of which I am a bit proud I must admit :o)
Best, Karin
At 12:30pm on August 22, 2010, Conrad Willeman said…
Hi Shauna,

Welcome to the Transition Massachusetts networking and information site, and thanks for already adding an announcement about an exciting event. If it were not for the Bill McKibben talk later the same day in Lexington, I would consider coming to tour the garden.

As a member of the Transition Montague Initiating Group, you should consider creating a group page on this site. Other local members can join this site and your group: then the "Send Message to Group" feature gives everyone a great tool to communicate within your local community. Posting discussions in your Group Forum about local activities is an easy way to let others around the state know what you are doing. The best model for this is Transition Putney. I will be glad to help you in any way set up a similar system.

Another great benefit of membership on this statewide site is the exchange of ideas found in the Forum. I encourage everyone to follow these discussions and to participate. To learn how to most easily follow discussions on the Forum, please read my post (in the Forum) titled "Let's Strengthen our Transition Massachusetts community." Click here to view that post directly. Implementing the simple changes described will make it easier to follow and participate in the conversations on this site.

Don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

Conrad
 
 
 

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