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How might your current work contribute to the sustainability movement?
I am just learning and plan on being well informed so I can be involved
What background and skills do you bring to this community?
I am a licensed certified Massage Therapist. I work for a very well known chiropractor who is also wellness certified. Through him and his education I am learning more about how wellness is also very beneficial to the communitys wellbeing.
What aspects of the sustainability movement most interests you?
I would like to be able to add any and all health and wellness to the Transition Movement. Any chance of learning more in the area I am already deeply involved in to benefit a Transition Movement like this would be a top priority in my growth process so that I may also benefit others.

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At 10:08pm on August 24, 2010, Darlene Cavallara said…
Hi Tami

Glad you are checking in and happy to hear you have gotten word of some activity on the network! We are still in the first few weeks of managing and having a great time meeting everyone. We believe this network can become a 'highly effective network' and we are totally open to hearing your own thoughts and ideas on how to further evolve the community. We have been 'cleaning house' a bit to make it less confusing in here.

Daniel & Darlene
At 8:26am on January 29, 2009, bob banner said…
I think its always been there but not just as prominent. Transition is so huge.. When the shit hits the fan and many people will be popping prozacs (or wont be able to get them unless they become insanely expensive on the black market) people will be driven to more LOCAL ways for health and healing. Permaculture for example has always been emphasizing creating natural pharmaceuticals in ones neighborhood via plants, herbs, trees, medicinal bushes, etc., etc....
More later.
do you like the chat that you have? you are the only one who has it on the entire site, thats why I contacted you last night. did you get my messages?
At 4:54pm on January 19, 2009, bob banner said…
Hi Tami,

welcome to the site. lots of things happening. Perhaps best to see our Transition PORTAL. Browse, see the events, watch a video, upload a transition-related video, start a discussion..... see the free eBook, see the new hopedance online that includes many articles about Transition.


At 4:32pm on January 19, 2009, Meleah Groom said…
Greetings Tami

Thanks for joining and check us out at ncredibleedibles.com We are doing alot in the community. Peace Meleah

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