Food Coop Meeting minutes July 15 Attending: Donna Crane (host), Meg O’Leary, Sandy Lafleur, Greg Boggis, Nicole Colvin-Griffin, Michael Conley (minutes) We’ve all been enthused about the possibility of a Food Coop in our neck of the woods. Here is the latest! We wanted to send a letter to the Cabinet that might serve to relieve any confusion over our… Read more →
The plans for the Food Coop are underway! We are actively seeking activists — that is, people who are willing to work to research to get the info we need (how do other coops do it? what should we plan for our basic financial plan? who will be directing our publicity? who will be on our board of directors? what… Read more →
Hey everybody — check out this link to the Farm Summit coming up next Monday in Keene! I forgot how to make links, but you can cut and paste his into your browser! http://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-monadnock-farm-summit-tickets-10772640257
Notes from STN training with Tina Clarke, March 29 – 30, 2014. These notes were taken from the poster papers that we developed over the course of the weekend.
Souhegan Transition Network sponsors the film FRESH at the Wilton Town Hall Theater on Sunday, January 12 at 4:30 pm. FRESH celebrates the farmers, thinkers and business people across America who are re-inventing our food system.
Sponsored by ETP (Efficiency Training Program), the Deep Energy Retrofit workshop will be held at the Susan N. Mclane Audobon Center in Concord, N.H., on Wednesday, November 7. It is an all-day event, running from 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM.
The Milford Farmers’ Market starts its winter schedule on October 20.
Michael Conley recently sent out an email containing a status report of the Souhegan Transition Town Network. Here it is (ever so slightly altered for the blog):
STTN co-sponsored a showing of the movie “The Economics of Happiness” last month. Here’s one man’s review….
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.)