Transition US National Gathering: Early Bird Tickets Now Available!

Transition members and community resilience builders from across the country are invited to gather in St. Paul, Minnesota, this July to make connections, share knowledge, and generate strategies to bring the Transition vision of resilient, local, connected and fossil-fuel-free communities to life across this nation. Early Bird Tickets Available With a team of Transition organizers from across the country, and 75 knowledgeable, dynamic and diverse presenters, this event promises to be inspiring, informative and fun! See below for more information

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EARTH: A New Wild a 2015 PBS and National Geographic production

What we are missing is humanity’s connection to nature. This spectacular series offers hope and optimism. No other nature series has captured conclusive scientific proof that co-existence between man, animal and earth is thriving. Dr. Sanjayan is more than a leading conservation scientist he is the conduit connecting us to more than probabilities about the regenerative abilities of resources once considered threatened by mankind. Instead, we learn the most fascinating conclusions to the delicate balance of man and nature. One

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Earth Day Skill Share Fair — April 22, 2017, 10am-3pm, 20 Oak St., Asheville

Transition Asheville and the Earth Team of First Congregational UCC will sponsor a Skill Sharing event to honor Earth Day. Participants can choose from a variety of practical skills that can help us live more sustainably on Earth. Among the skills being shared by experienced teachers are the following: making homes more energy efficient; a range of tips for conserving resources; how to make a solar oven; basic carpentry; canning; worm composting for gardeners, principles of permaculture; tree identification; and

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BARKSLIP’S 11TH ANNUAL FRUIT SCHOOL

Two days of learning how to work with fruit and nut trees in a way that works with nature. This year’s fruit school will be divided into 4 sections over 2 days with a lunch break provided of homemade soup and bread. Learn more about the school here: http://whipplebill.wixsite.com/mysite-1 THE CLASSES Saturday, March 25th 9am-noon: Orchard site analysis and species selection. Get off on the left foot with a different approach to observation, site planning, taking a good look at

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