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At 11:31am on February 2, 2010, George Lisi said…
Hey Steve!

Just making contact while I'm thinkin' of it. I think we have a lot to talk about, as things unfold in the region! Note my 'friend' request.


George Lisi, Transition Town Montpelier and admin, Transition Vermont
At 6:37pm on December 17, 2009, Katy Locke said…
I guess I am a big fan of chopped liver. Who knew?
At 10:45pm on December 3, 2009, Katrien Vander Straeten said…
Hey Steve,
When I chatted with Katy at the Training she said she knew of permaculture courses in the neighborhood that are given spread out over time. Could you ask her to forward me the info as she gets it? Thanks!
At 10:24am on November 30, 2009, Joe Moore said…
Wonderful meeting you at the chinatown t4t. quite an incredible expansive weekend. Hope to connect in the future!
At 12:39pm on November 29, 2009, Les Squires for Transition Massachusetts said…
Hi Steve. Great to see you here. ...I am currently the director of Antioch University New England's activist training program in Advocacy for Sustainability and Social Justice--which is a concentration within Antioch's master's program in Environmental Studies. Tranistion Initiatives have become a big part of our core curriculum... Please consider registering Antioch at -- a great place to make the environmental program visible nationally. Let me know if you have questions.
At 12:24pm on November 29, 2009, Conrad Willeman said…
Hi Steve,

It is such a plesure to welcome you to the Transition Massachusetts social networking site. I greatly appreciated your contributions throughout the T4T workshop, and look forward to continued opportunities for sharing ideas and experiences to move our society to a truly sustainable way of life. Be sure to join the T4T Chinatown Workshop group on this site.

As site administrator I encourage everyone to participate in the exchange of ideas found in the Forum. 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.

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