What is the purpose of Transition Town Fort Collins?

Transition Fort Collins will foster local resiliency, sustainability and culture by expanding our local economy, building community spirit and cooperation, and sharing best practices as we learn from and teach each other how to live in a world of finite resources. We want Fort Collins to be ready for our future, not struggling to react to it. >> More about TFC.

  • Learn about the Transition Movement and the challenges we are facing.
  • Connect with the Transition Fort Collins Community on this site through groups, discussions, and local events.  Also you can add or search other community groups and projects listed in the No Co Hub.
  • Grow with us and help us create the future for our community.
  • Train on how to use this website.

Featured Videos

Urban Farm generates 6,000 lbs of food on 1/10th acre

Presentation by Transition Movement founder Rob Hopkins

Latest Activity

Cameron Byerley added a discussion to the group Live Tiny

Legality of leasing space for tiny home on lot with dwelling

Hi Everyone,The Larimer county Tiny House rules I found (https://www.larimer.org/building/Tiny_Houses.pdf) say that family members can live in an RV on the property of an existing house for 180 days but that friends cannot live in an RV(or tiny home on wheels) on the property of an existing house.Does anyone know how tiny house dwellers locally are getting around that? Is this rule being enforced?  Might this rule change? Are people…See More
May 22
Patricia Miller joined Janice Lynne's group

Transition Streets

Transition Streets is an exciting, informative and FREE 7-session program (with a handbook you will use in meetings and at home) which will highlight City of Fort Collins resources for energy and water efficiencies in your home, as well as help you lower your carbon footprint through upgrading your practices for waste, food, and transportation in your home and neighborhood.Transition Streets is currently being offered under the auspices of Transition Fort Collins and a new Fort Collins…See More
Apr 7
Patricia Miller joined Alaynna Madole's group

Live Tiny

People supporting and encouraging tiny home living in the Fort Collins area.  Our weekly meetings are held at the Bean Cycle coffee house, 144 N College Ave, Fort Collins, CO, at 7:00 p.m. on every FIRST Monday of the month.  Please join us!  For more info you can email janice@creating.comSee More
Apr 7
Janice Lynne added a page to the group Live Tiny
Mar 26
Lauren Kaplan posted an event

Farm to Office CSA Meet & Greet at Laramie River Conference Room

March 10, 2017 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm
 Spring is just around the corner and so is the time to start considering CSA shares and membership for 2017!  Growing off of last year's pilot program, the City has teamed up with a local farm to provide employees with healthy, fresh produce and flowers over the peak of the season.  In the Farm-to-Office CSA, participants pay for a weekly share and then pick up at a central city building.  This saves time, money, and prevents harmful emissions while accruing wellness points, healthy produce,…See More
Mar 8
Shirley White is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Mar 3
Lauren Kaplan posted events
Mar 2
Janice Lynne added 3 pages to the group REconomy Co-op Study Circle

Full Length Video on the Current Crisis of Civilization

The Crisis of Civilization - Full Length Movie
Feb 26
Janice Lynne posted a group

Community Groups and Projects List - also called NO CO Community Hub

You can both list your group or project and find other Fort Collins and Northern Colorado groups and projects on this community list. No Co Community HubSee More
Feb 26
Janice Lynne's group was featured

Fort Collins Reconomy Project

NO CO Co-ops Study Circle will explore alternative economic solutions such as cooperatives, public banking, and community-supported entrepreneurship.The Study Circle will hopefully provide a context for people to incubate their new ideas and projects based on the co-op model.  As a group we can explore innovative ways the community can offer support for new projects and meaningful work.REconomy" is a term used within the Transition Town Movement to refer to re-visioning, revising, and…See More
Feb 26
Jody Deschenes is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Jan 27
David McIvor is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Jan 22
Casey Hanebuth posted an event

Social Capital: What is it? at Wolverine Farms Publick House

January 16, 2017 from 7pm to 8pm
An introduction to social capital and how it applies to your life and/or you can increase its prevalance in your activities. Check out the link for more information.See More
Jan 14
Wade Vernon is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Jan 12
Kelli Curl is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Jan 5


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About the Movement

The Transition Movement is in well over a thousand highly diverse communities across the world - from towns in Australia to neighborhoods in Portugal, from cities in Brazil to rural communities in Slovenia, from urban locations in Britain to islands off the coast of Canada. Many of these initiatives are registered on the Transition Network website.


Fort Collins Sustainability Group (FCSG)
To develop and advocate a vision and strategy for becoming a sustainable community

The Fort Collins Community Action Network (FC CAN) is a solid grassroots organization comprised of independent affiliates.

Shire CSA
Reestablishing an intimate connection between food and the people of the community.


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