Transition Stories

Transition Asheville Celebrates 5 Years with a Skill Share Fair

By Dylan Ryals-Hamilton, Transition Asheville

Protect the Earth. Live Simply... Our Future Depends On It.

In November and December of 2015, I visited a couple of places in India that inspired some questions and thoughts about what is involved in protecting the earth. I was particularly impressed with what a difference the qualities of individual human beings can make, as well as the qualities of their relationships and affiliations with others. Equally interesting are the contributions of specific cultural foundations.

Taming Bigfoot a Huge Success

2016 opened on the North Olympic Peninsula of Washington State with nearly 100 Jefferson County residents participating in a team-based competition to measure how much they could reduce their carbon footprints.  By the time the competition concluded at a celebratory event on Earth Day and the prizes awarded, the consensus was that while reducing an individual's carbon emissions can be challenging, knowing what actions result in what gains is

Join Transition Lab as a Skilled Resident this summer!

Transition Lab is a place for people who want to figure out how to use their gifts to lead fuller lives and build a more beautiful world.

159 Raised Beds in 4 Days: The Berea Victory Garden Blitz

Sustainable Berea is on a mission to improve food security in the town of Berea, Kentucky through its second annual Berea Victory Garden Blitz, happening this April 12th-16th.

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