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Transition Sebastopol

Transition Sebastopol does not participate on this NING site. To contact us or to find out what our initiative is doing, go to www.transitionsebastopol.org

Website: http://www.transitionsebastopol.org
Members: 18
Latest Activity: Jul 3, 2010

TRANSITION SEBASTOPOL PORTFOLIO

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INTRODUCTION TO TRANSITION SEBASTOPOL
  • Official TRANSITION SEBASTOPOL Website
  • Contact for further information
  • Mission Statement
  • Blogs
  • Links to TRANSITION SEBASTOPOL officers and initiators
  • Links to TRANSITION SEBASTOPOL events
  • Geographical Location

PRIMARY AREAS OF INTEREST AT SEBASTOPOL
  • Resource Sharing?
  • Community Building?
  • Neighbor Networking?
  • Building & Supporting Local Economies & Local Curency?
  • Barter/Trade Networks?
  • Local Food Production?
  • Reduced Energy Use?
  • Weaning Off Fossil Fuel Dependence?
  • Other?

TRANSITION SEBASTOPOL RELATIONSHIP TO TRANSITION MOVEMENT
  • Supports the Transition Movement in several ways...
  • Seeks to deepen the relationship by...

TRANSITION SEBASTOPOL ON THE INTERNET
  • Newcomers to Transition
  • Facebook?
  • Twitter?
  • Meetup?
  • Yahoo or Google Group mail lists?
  • Youtube videos?
  • Flickr?
  • Linkedin?
  • Wikipedia?
  • Google searches?
  • Independent groups related to TRANSITION SEBASTOPOL.
  • More pertinent resources, partners, opportunities to engage.

TRANSITION SEBASTOPOL CHALLENGES AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS
  • Current Needs involving Transition Social Network
  • Current Offers to the Transition Social Network

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Comment by Kimberly Morrison on March 11, 2009 at 3:22pm
Dillon beach has a small but nice community, you could organize your own neighborhood. Sometimes the big picture of transitioning big towns can be overwhelming, but a small town like Dillon beach could be a great little project. I walk my neighborhood daily and talk to everyone about these scenarios. Invite some people over and see what people are doing. See who can organize a weekly shipment of pick up of town goods food, and supplies, to limit driving. Who can donate their land to a small community edible garden.
It could get really exciting fast. Good Luck!!
Comment by Angela on March 11, 2009 at 2:37pm
I am not actually in Sebastopol but am in Dillon Beach. I don't really know how I fit in all this transition. I am pretty much doing my own thing to get self sufficient but it is very hard to connect out here...any suggestions on what I can do?
Comment by Kimberly Morrison on March 11, 2009 at 2:07pm
There are so many people who make their own stuff here in our town. I get local eggs from my neighbor and lots of local produce, bread, goat cheese made daily, chickens, olive oil, children clothes, ect. and know someone who makes their own tofu! Starting soon at the Farmers Market, it would be great to see a Transition Sebastopol booth there. We can start now seriously dissecting Sebastopol into neighborhood communities, and signing people up within those smaller neighborhoods to organize food production, finding the neighborhood CSA or even establishing mini farmers markets within neighborhoods, seed storing, and asking people to really how they can contribute. We can easily do that now.
 

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