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Nov 26, 2012
Jen Mazer commented on bob banner's group 'TRANSITION MEDIA'
"  Just wondering-anyone here into multimedia.  I will be starting work at my local public television.  Will be fun to work for the community.  They have filming classes there.  Thanks to WikiLeaks I am interested in…"
Feb 11, 2011
Jen Mazer commented on Franz Nahrada's group 'SOLCOM International'
"   Hi Franz I may be interested in joining Solcom but can't seemto find the link anywhere.  Is it true one has to be invited?  If so, could you invite me? Thanks, Jen"
Feb 5, 2011
Jen Mazer commented on Franz Nahrada's group 'SOLCOM International'
"Whoops!  Answered too fast.  I liked the Solcepedia link."
Jan 30, 2011
Jen Mazer commented on Franz Nahrada's group 'SOLCOM International'
"  Hi Franz,     Is this more about local money, creative commons, or both?  Either way I understand..."
Jan 30, 2011
Jen Mazer joined Franz Nahrada's group
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We are doing research on 2 important elements of a new reality: an economy of values instead of value and a culture of sharing resources
Jan 28, 2011
Jen Mazer replied to Ann Brigit Waters's discussion 'Your Local Grange & Intercommunity Support for Our Food Future' in the group Local Food Security
"  Ugh.  Just looked at the MA grange hall-Dunstable- page-totally top down.  The old grange hall in West Tisbury MA still has events such as the farmers market and occasional movies-that one is awesome!"
Jan 18, 2011
Jen Mazer commented on Ann Brigit Waters's group 'Local Food Security'
"People say store a lot of bulk food but what if it rots.  And I can barely think beyond a day..."
Jan 18, 2011

Profile Information

How are you currently involved in the Transition movement?
I took the training course and hope to get started soon. I am on
the steering (hate that word), or initiative committee of Somerville, Massachusetts.
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
It is a way to gather all the activist and normal everyday groups together and see how much they have in common.
It is a way to open our eyes to see that no matter what happens, we will try as hard as we can. It is a painful but necessary awakening.
How can you help the growth/acceptance/vitality of the Transition movement? What can YOU teach us? What can your GROUP teach us?
I took a permaculture design course and am looking forward to teaching people.
Your Favorite Books/Websites/Blogs/RSS Feeds for Information about the Transition Movement
The Rob Hopkins book, Permaculture: A Designer's Manual, Permaculture Design I, Toolbox For A Sustainable City Living,
Edible Forest Gardens, The Unsettling of America: Culture and Agriculture
the web: Energy Bulletin, the Northeastern Permaculture Network,
Common Dreams, the Permaculture Research Institute of Australia
Suggestions you have for improving our Registration questions. Getting to know you better.
Some of us don't use skype.

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At 7:46pm on March 29, 2011, Les Squires -- Webmaster said…
Hi Jen,  Good talking with you on the phone.  Please try logging in again and I bet it will work.  Contact me again if you have further problems.
At 11:00pm on January 10, 2011, Judith Newton said…
Jen -- Hi!  I saw your depaving comment.  Love it-- making it so the Earth can actually breathe there, and drink andandand. :-)  You may be interested in the fine work and words of one of my compadres-in-arms out here, Brock Dolman.  I invite you to check out his Bioneers presentation.  "Slow it, sink it, spread it" is his mantram... for Planet Water. cheers!
At 4:55pm on August 3, 2009, Ann Brigit Waters said…
Keep us all updated on New England Local Food production! You have some great history to share...
At 10:10am on February 8, 2009, Pat said…
Don't do photos on the internet.

I am in MA
At 1:29pm on January 21, 2009, Mike Morin said…
Hi Jen,

I did my undergraduate work in Environmental Studies at Tufts back in 1971 through 1975. Lived in Carmichael Hall, Miller Hall, North Cambridge (Massachusetts Avenue, on the other side of Teal Square), Sawyer House, and Tao Street in Somerville.

Lot's of water under the bridges since then. Been many places, learned many things, crossed many rivers, etc. I'm in Eugene, OR now.

Slumberville, especially when you get up around Tufts/Davis Square has such high quality sturdy housing, but very little in the way of gardening space. However, with imagination, that sort of problem can be dealt with. For example, you may want to look at my essay "Demand Side Management and Transportation Planning", which you can find (now on page 2) of the Discussion Section of this Transition United States website and/or at my "Peoples Equity Union" site at www.peoplesequityunion.blogspot.com

Say hi to the folks in Massachusetts and New England for me.

I'm a Work kin for peace and cooperation.


With much love and care,

Mike Morin
(541) 343-3808
At 11:37pm on January 16, 2009, Janaia Donaldson said…
Hi Jen,
Thanks for your comment. Love to know which videos you show and what kind of response you get.
At 2:49pm on January 16, 2009, Kathy McMahon said…
I have no idea how to join the state without re-entering all the previous information. Is that necessary?
At 1:01pm on January 5, 2009, Kathy Jacobson said…
Howdy Jen!

So glad to make your acquaintence and share in friendship! :-)

Seems to me you mentioned an interest and appreciation for watershed considerations but now I can't find that post. Care to remind me?

Yes, I definitely love the sense of place that comes with water cycle and bioregional awareness and connectivity.

Hope you're having a great day!

Kathy
At 9:08am on December 29, 2008, Gloria Saddler said…
Hi Jen,
Thanks for the thumbs up.
At 2:22pm on December 18, 2008, Les Squires -- Webmaster said…
Welcome Jen! Great to see you here on Transition U.S. and Transition Somerville. "... It is a way to gather all the activist and normal everyday groups together and see how much they have in common..." -- Perfect. Try encouraging some of the many groups out there to register themselves as Groups on the Mass site. Do you have any idea how many similar groups there may be in Mass?

If you haven't already done so, come and see the new US Transition Page we rolled out last week. As this page develops, it will become a map of Transition resources across all ning sites. All 50 states are now active. Many state sites are brand new! Go to TRANSITION MASSACHUSETTS and sign in. Invite others. Enter some of your local events. Start Discussions. Make Transition! Have fun!
 
 
 

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