MIMIC THIS! When you get invited to events 3000 miles away (or 20 of them just across town), use COPY & PASTE with the really interesting events to seed your own community's plans for similar events. Why start from scratch.... Beg, borrow and mimic! More....
TRANSITION WISCONSIN. Our Vision is to help create State wide vibrant communities where you know your neighbors, share resources, help each other out, and have fun doing it together, while at the same time needing less fossil fuels for ourselves.
Welcome to Transition Wisconsin. A hub for everything Transitioning in Wisconsin. We encourage the grass roots spirit while using as much green technology to leverage our mutual goals. We hope you share us with your friends and colleagues. Feel free to participate in a discussion below or create an event here on Transition US with the name Wisconsin in it somewhere in the description. Our Event search links will then show you what is occurring. Thanks for stopping by. Rees Roberts, Admin of Link Transition Wisconsin USA and Transition Wisconsin.
How to join Wisconsin and other Groups
Two step process:
Step 1. Join Transition United States. by clicking on the "SIGN UP" button (upper right hand corner of page.) After your sign up registration is approved (we use approvals for control of spam) then "SIGN IN" to Transition United States and go to step 2. You only need to do this once at this site. (Important: If you have ever joined another Ning.com site before you do not need another Ning password. Just sign in using your previous Ning User ID and Password.)
How to join: Click on Facebook icon then log-in to your Facebook page then click to join.
A quote from Rob Hopkins, the founder of the Transition Movement:
"I believe that a lower-energy, more localized future, in which we move from being consumers to being producer /consumers, where food, energy and other essentials are locally produced, local economies are strengthened and we have learned to live more within our means is a step towards something extraordinary, not a step away from something inherently irreplaceable.”