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Organising Regional Gatherings: an excellent new resource17 Jan 12:00pm
[…] good booklet called ‘How to organise a Regional Gathering’. You can download it here. Forming regional networks was explored here recently as one of the ‘Ingredients of […]
Trish Knox17 Jan 7:17pm
Thank you Scotland! The Pacific Northwest/USA corner of the world appreciates this booklet that’s colorful in photos, informational and inspirational. Such support is what gives our Transition Culture its roots — grounded in grass roots communities world wide. Perfect timing as Transition Woodinville prepares for an Earth Day Unleashing in April.
PS: Robins are bobbing and lilac buds opening here. Songs of Spring in Winter!
Diana Docherty17 Jan 11:08pm
Hi. Thank you for the Permaculture meeting today. You may have met me at a transition event in Sherwood rise, Hedley villas or Sumac centre or even at Station street perhaps ?
I ‘ve also once been to workshops on how to build your own wind turbine and such things & at Eco-works allotment up in St Ann’sonce. Also yto be seen spotted around Arboretum green festivals, veggie burgers, ( mansfield road years ago ), or at the Embankment festival.
Hope to see you again.
Diana from Sneinton, Nottingham.
I’m an inventor so I’m glad I’ve met you, you’re much more practical than I am and its inspiring to meet someone much more pragmatic than me !
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Diana Docherty17 Jan 11:11pm
I ‘ve also once been to workshops on how to build your own wind turbine and such things & at Eco-works allotment up in St Ann’s once. Also to be seen spotted around Arboretum green festivals, veggie burgers, ( Mansfield road years ago ), or at the Embankment Festival.
Hope to see you again. Might come to the course tomorrow for a look-in , if get up early enough!
P.S. I’m an inventor so I’m glad I’ve met you, you’re much more practical than I am and its inspiring to meet someone much more pragmatic than me !
claude saint-jarre23 Jan 9:28pm
I said i before, but the french “ecoregion” concept created by Emmanuel Bailly is worth considering in relation to regional investment of energies.
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