Transition Stories

Taking Resilience to the Streets

This fall, neighbors across the U.S. will be meeting in each other’s homes to support each other in reducing their reliance on fossil fuels, building social cohesion, and strengthening their community’s resilience.

The Age of Actualization: A Handbook for Growing Elder Culture

Are you curious about growing an elders culture in your community? Alexandra Hart and David "Lucky" Goff of the Transition Sebastopol, CA Elders Salon have released a new book based on their experiences.

Sustainable Berea Leads Urban Farm Project

May 21 was a day of celebration as representatives of the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC), US EPA, and USDA came to Berea to recognize its selection as one of nine (out of 63 applicants) recipients of a Livable Communities Project award for the Berea Urban Farm project. The urban farm is a collaboration of Sustainable Berea, the City of Berea, and the Berea College Agriculture and Natural Resources Program to convert a 1.4-acre lot in the Old Town artisans district into a system that:

The Library Garden is Growing in Charlotte, Vermont!

Early on Memorial Day morning a hearty seven folks helped plant the edible garden by the Charlotte Library. Transition Town Charlotte began this garden in collaboration with the library in 2012 to respond to the national Transition US’s challenge to convert public lawns into food production.

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