This project will enable the community to see a bird's-eye view of the local and regional economy by creating a map of our most important assets. Geographic data will be collected from an ongoing survey of community members and businesses. The map will facilitate the recognition of complimentary assets for collaboration and networking, as well as the identification of existing clusters of complimentary assets.See More
NO CO Co-op Study Group will explore alternative economic solutions such as cooperatives, public banking, and community-supported entrepreneurship.The Study Group 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
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The initating group is meeting tonight [Thursday] at 6:30 in CSU Clark building. Join us if you can...we are discussing our web site and communications with members, such as…"
"Thanks, Conrad. Just getting a look at the site now. I've never been a regular user of social network sites [yes, I'm the last person in the world that doesn't use Facebook], but don't give up on me!"
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.