The Monadnock Energy Resouces Initiative (MERI) is offering, at no charge, 6 training sessions, totaling 30 hours in the field, with professional trainers in the areas of energy auditing and home and building weatherization. In addition, MERI is also raffling off a residential energy audit, market value $625. (Click on the title for more information.)
Sierra Brookes has written a vivid report on her experience at the Wilton Community Garden. She calls her plot a potager (French for “kitchen garden”). Its bountiful harvest is shared with families that use the Open Cupboard Pantry in Wilton.
Keith Badger reviews The Town that Food Saved by Ben Hewitt of Hardwick, Vermont, calling it “a must-read 5-star bit of investigative journalism.”
The Souhegan Transition Town Network will be sponsoring a free community harvest dinner at SHARE Center (off of Elm St. behind the Federated Auto building) in Milford on Wednesday October 3 from 5:30 to 6:30. (Click on the title for more information.)
Call for volunteers for the community supper that STTN is hosting on October 3. (Click on the title for more information.)
Transition Keene and several other transition organizations are hosting an all-day gathering in Boston on October 20. Some of us from the Souhegan Valley should consider attending.
The Souhegan Transition Town Network and The High Mowing School are pleased to present noted facilitator and workshop leader Tina Clarke on September 30 at 4:30 in High Mowing’s Big Room. Tina will be the inaugural speaker in the Speaker Series that will be ongoing throughout the Souhegan Valley during the upcoming months.
Here are links to the minutes of two meetings from the summer.