What aspects of the sustainability movement most interests you?
Be an active member of the SB Transition Town Seed Committee
Your Favorite Books/Websites/Blogs/RSS Feeds for Information about the Sustainability Movement
I am just starting out with my research, but I do appreciate the Transition Culture website at: http://transitionculture.org/, and Bob Banner has been posting a lot of very valuable information on this website, the Transition US website and his Central Coast email list (firstname.lastname@example.org). We have our own SB group online too (email@example.com) and are just starting to post some information there too.
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Hi! Just wanted to suggest that you add events for the "Life After Oil" series. I got an email about it from Quail Springs but haven't seen it listed anywhere but on their web site. Looks like a fantastic event!
I thought I was already a member of the local sb transition group, but maybe not. In any case, I sent an email to firstname.lastname@example.org so you can check to see if I'm missing out on anything!
I did see the Dec 10 notice, thanks for the reminder! I thought I couldn't come but now realize it is on Wed, not Tues so I sent in my RSVP to Linda. Hopefully there is still room! I look forward to meeting you in person and hearing all about the training you attended in San Fran.
Hi, Cat! Cool to see you here. How great that you are going to the T4T training in SF. I'm going to be there for the 4 day train the trainer Dec 11-14.
I just met someone on line who will be at the SF T4T. Her name is Rebecca Elliot. She's an eco-anxiety coach from up in No Ca. Say hi for me.
I picked this picture because of two things. One, it was ready to use. Two, it made me think that we're all heading back to the stone age. My other pictures need to be resized and rotated. I didn't want to be the "gray outline man" so stone age guy for now. Thanks for the laugh:) I just joined and have been involved with the "Life After The Oil Crash" website. It'll be a whole new world that we all have to be involved in. It will make us all more hardy and healthy I believe. Take Care!
Hi Cat and Sata Barbara. Great to see you here! We've just implemented some get acquainted questions so we CA Transition folk can all get to know each other. When you're finished introducing yourself, it would be great if you could post one or two of your Santa Barbara events -- even if they're local, they're news and inspiration to other communities wanting to get involved.
Again, we're delighted to see you. Ask questions. Talk with people. Have fun!
Cat is an enthusiastic woman who is working with the Santa Barbara Transition team as well as working with the HopeDance FiLMs in Santa Barbara and a plethora of other activities. Thanks for joining, Cat!!