This web site has been largely neglected since last fall, nearly a year ago. But a group of us are trying to bring it back to life. A few changes are in the works. One is our name — we are now the “Souhegan Transition Network” (rather than “Souhegan Transition Town Network”). We also have a new logo and a… Read more →
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):
Tina Clarke’s talk at High Mowing left us thinking about about how to connect with each other and pool our resources of will, heart, and knowledge.
Tina Clarke spoke yesterday at High Mowing about the transition town movement as a response to impending social and economic crises. Those who attended are invited to share what they took away from the meeting.
Aside from food stands and farmers’ markets, how do focal farms get their harvest to consumers? One answer is food hubs.
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.