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.  
  • Grow with us and help us create the future for our community.
  • Train on how to use this website.

You can both list your group or project and find other Fort Collins and Northern Colorado groups and projects on this community list.

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

Presentation by Transition Movement founder Rob Hopkins

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Free Sprinkler Audits at Your Residence

August 29, 2016 at 8am to October 1, 2016 at 5pm
Free Sprinkler AuditsIs your sprinkler system sending money down the drain? Inefficiencies are easy to miss, so bring in the experts to make sure you're getting the most of every drop.All residents living in single-family homes with water service from Fort Collins Utilities are encouraged to sign up. Electric customers with water service from Fort Collins-Loveland or ELCO water districts are also eligible.Audit season ends soon. Don’t miss out on this free opportunity! fcgov.com/utilitiesSee More
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Bob Winkler is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Aug 21
Todd Ritchie joined Alaynna Madole's group
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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. Monday nights.  Please join us!See More
Aug 17
Janice Lynne added 2 pages to the group Live Tiny
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More Information on Tiny House Expo in Loveland

The Northern Colorado Renewable Energy Society (NCRES) and Uncle Benny’s Building Supplies are proud to present: Simple Living: A DIY Tiny Home Expo.  This event is a tiny home/ DIY faire designed to educate the general public about renewable energy…
Aug 17
John Nemes is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Aug 14
Laurel, Adam & Mason joined Alaynna Madole's group
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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. Monday nights.  Please join us!See More
Aug 14
Laurel, Adam & Mason is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Aug 13
Ruth Pendergrast joined Alaynna Madole's group
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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. Monday nights.  Please join us!See More
Aug 10
Ruth Pendergrast is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Aug 10
John Martin is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Aug 6
Patricia Miller is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Jul 30
Logan Brown is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Jul 29
Janice Lynne added a page to the group Live Tiny
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Tiny Home Jamboree INFO AND TICKETS LINK

We went last year to the Tiny Home Jamboree.  It was amazing!!  Lots to experience - talks, tiny home tours, etc.  Here's the link with all the relevant info, plus to BUY TICKETS http://eepurl.com/b_vMaH
Jul 28
Janice Lynne added a discussion to the group Live Tiny
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Meeting at Bonnie Farm to discuss Kestrel Commons

Hi, all,We have been threatening to have a 2 pm Sunday afternoon meeting at Bonnie Farm to discuss issues related to Kestrel Commons and other local tiny house communities. We also want to develop an effective plan for approaching the city/county about tiny house issues. We may also begin a discussion about various financing strategies. We will have lots of lemonade and (probably homemade) snacks, and we can sit in the grove and watch chickens, llamas and sheep while we discuss our goals and…See More
Jul 27
Janice Lynne added 3 pages to the group Transition Streets Core Organizing Committee
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Climate Communication

Yale University's "Six America's" Study   U.S. Poll Study on Concern and Attitudes About Climate Change
Jul 13

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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.

Partners

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

FCCAN
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.

Members

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