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.

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The PUBLIC COMMENT period for proposed changes to the Endangered Species Act will be over on September 24th.  

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The Associated Students of Colorado State University (ASCSU) will be hosting a voter registration drive and dispensing voter information on the Lory Student Center Plaza this fall for participation in the midterm elections in November. The tabling dates are still being worked out, but the first required training for voter registration begins this Wednesday, September 19th 6-7 pm at the Senate Chambers in the Lory Student Center. I want to stress this is a NON-PARTISAN registration event. Our goal is to encourage as many students to vote as possible. Below is the email I am forwarding from Yuval Rosenthal, Director of Community Affairs at ASCSU. Contact Yuval if you have any questions.

Tom Hoehn



If you are interested participating in something truly meaningful for both our community, as well as democracy, please consider joining ASCSU's voter registration efforts!

I am very excited to announce that we will be cooperating with New Era Colorado - a non-partisan civic engagement organization - to conduct voter registration drives and informational sessions around the Colorado State University campus during National Voter Registration Day (September 25th) and the first two weeks of October!

In order to legally register voters, an hour's worth of training is required. Accordingly, we will be holding two training sessions at the ASCSU Senate Chambers (Lory Student Center Room 204) on the following dates and times:

- September 19th, 2018, between 6:00 - 7:00 PM

- September 26th, 2018, between 6:00 - 7:00 PM 

Please register for only one session so we can train the largest group of volunteers for the drive! We encourage you to register for the September 19th session, so you can participate in the National Voter Registration Day, September 25th.  If you are interested in attending one of these, please RSVP at the following link:


Thank you and I hope to see you soon! 

Yuval Rosenthal
Associated Students of Colorado State University

Director of Community Affairs
ASCSU Office Complex
Lory Student Center, Room 206
8036 Campus Delivery
Fort Collins, CO 80523 -8036
Office: (970) 491-5931
Email: ascsu_community_affairs@mail.colostate.edu


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Ellen Gentry is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
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Hilde Keldermans joined Alaynna Madole's group

Live Tiny

People supporting and encouraging tiny home living in the Fort Collins area.  To our tiny home friends:  After meeting about tiny homes for many years we have decided to now host our tiny home conversations through the new Transition Fort Collins group called TFC Community Gatherings.   We plan to include tiny homes among other conversations we will have on making our community more resilient and livable.See this featured on the home page of Transition Fort Collins.  You are invited to join us…See More
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Hilde Keldermans is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Sep 8
Alex Schaff is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Jun 26
Lynne Gluck-Berry is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Jun 20
Julie Rowan-Zoch is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Apr 28
Kip Beckwith is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Apr 17
Suzanne Trask is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Mar 13
Shirley White joined Janice Lynne's group
Mar 13
Shirley White posted an event

"Drawdown" Book Discussion Group at Foothills Unitarian Church

March 13, 2018 from 6:30pm to 8pm
Foothills Unitarian will be hosting a book discussion on "Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming." The discussions will be on six Tuesday nights starting tomorrow evening, March 13, 6:30 - 8:00pm, at Foothills Unitarian Church, off of Drake and just east of Taft Hill at 1815 Yorktown Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80526.Tomorrow night's session will focus on Intro and Energy chapters. [cid:image001.png@01D3BA02.7C327 Discuss this important work on how to reverse…See More
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Feb 2
Jim McCallum is now a member of Transition Fort Collins
Jan 25
Janice Lynne added a page to the group Green Renters

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Jan 22
Jerry Gerber joined Janice Lynne's group
Jan 18
Janice Lynne posted a blog post

Why Urban Farming Is Key in the Fight Against Hunger and Climate Change

Article on Why Urban Farming is KeyNOTE:  There is a lot of extra information in this article if you follow the links.In the past few years the City of Fort Collins has done a lot to promote urban agriculture, including opening the way for more community gardens, allowing…See More
Jan 15
Tom Hoehn joined Janice Lynne's group
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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.

Community for Sustainable EnergyCommunity for Sustainable Energy (CForSE)
Promoting energy policy that protects our natural environment, fosters economic growth, and improves quality of life in Fort Collins and beyond.


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