Transition Towns Coastal (SLO County)

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Transition Towns Coastal (SLO County)

We represent coastal San Luis Obispo County (Los Osos, Morro Bay, Cayucos, Cambria). Our vision is that we will soon be designing and implementing our own practical initiatives that build local resilience.

Location: California Central Coast (Los Osos, Morro Bay, Cayucos, Cambria) in San Luis Obispo County
Members: 12
Latest Activity: Dec 2, 2012

For Upcoming Events, See the Events Tab

May Event: May 25, potluck and presentation--"Where's Our Water" (click for more info)

April Event: April 21, "Springing Into Action" (click for more info)

A bit of background and information about Transition Initiatives:

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Name of our group, and location

OK... so let's figure out what we actually want to call our group. I hadn't added a "location" yet... because I hadn't figured out how to say our location, since we are representing several…Continue

Tags: location, name, group

Started by Susan Wood Sep 2, 2009.

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Comment by Liana Forest on August 9, 2010 at 9:36pm
Hi Kay,
Glad to hear of your arrival in Los Osos. Welcome!!!
Our Transition Towns Coastal Initiating Group will be meeting either this week or next. You are welcome to come to our meeting, if you'd like. Your experience should be very valuable.
Many plans are shaping up for County Wide events that we will be taking part in this fall. We were taking the summer months off after our last event in May on Water Issues. Susan Wood, Paula Vigneault, and I are currently on the TT Initiating Group for the Coastal area. Rebecca Russell is on the task group for a community garden in Los Osos. Susan lives in Morro Bay, and the rest of us in Los Osos. We have a list of over 70 people who have attended at least one or more of our events.
Please contact me at bearforest@sbcglobal.net or by phone 528-4510, and I'll catch you up on our activities.
Looking forward to meeting you.
Liana
Comment by Kay Bolin on August 8, 2010 at 9:03pm
Hi!!! We started looking for transition activity up here back in March/April, but were totally unaware of this group until just now! I started Transition Culver City in March of 2009 and we became "official" last summer. www.TransitionCulverCity.com

We (my husband Richard and I) moved to Los Osos from Culver City at the end of June. I put Los Osos on the map as a place where we are "mulling" just recently - not knowing that there is a group here already. http://www.transitionnetwork.org/initiatives/l

YaY for Transition in coastal SLO! When will the next meeting be? Where do you all live?
Comment by Rebecca Russell on March 23, 2010 at 10:20am
hello, all! I'm excited about the multifaceted potential with Transition Town. Looking forward to meeting, visioning, planning and taking action with you~
Comment by Kristina Bennett on November 23, 2009 at 6:26pm
I just invited a few more folks I know from Coastal area to join so hopefully we can build this group. What's the next Coastal event planned? In SLO we wrapped up our educational series and are expanding our awareness raising with everyone's help who attended. Next event at St. Stephen's is in January. But we have our all county Dec. 1st celebration first! Looking forward to that.
Comment by bob banner on November 23, 2009 at 5:41pm
I didnt know the group at this site existed....

ahh so you werent THAT slo.. OK I can take it...
good luck with everything. you wanna see my report on that evening, the evolver SLO gig?
HERE
Comment by Susan Wood on November 23, 2009 at 5:25pm
Thanks, Bob. You mean you didn't know Transition Coastal existed? Sure you did... you played Fresh for us in September-- Liana Forest, Paula Vigneault, and I are the initiating group... so in a sense it doesn't quite exist yet until we have more people involved.
I just added the "(SLO County)" to the title-- although in the description it already had the towns we are representing. I suppose I could spell it out... but I figure people who live in SLO know what we're talking about, and people who don't will know they are not in SLO anyway. It took me a little while to figure out about "slo" when I got here, but I wasn't THAT slo!!
Comment by bob banner on November 23, 2009 at 2:16pm
I dint know you existed even though I see Im a member. weird... good for you!!!! I agree coastal is huge. slo coastal is good but ONLY us in SLO know what the hell SLO means.. perhaps thats good.. It took me about 6 months to know what people were talking about "slo" when I first moved here..... what is that?!
listing the cities will help as well.

ciao
Comment by Kristina Bennett on September 1, 2009 at 7:18pm
good point, Liana, maybe we should change name to "SLO Coastal' ?
Comment by Liana Forest on September 1, 2009 at 12:58pm
Beautiful picture of our coast. But does everyone know where we are located?
Liana
 

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