We’re part of a world-wide grassroots movement to build local resilience and connections close to home. Since 2010, we’ve been mounting creative and thoughtful responses to the challenges of resource depletion, climate change, and economic instability. Help us unleash the power and creative genius of people and communities to create a vibrant future for generations to come. Scroll down for our recent activities blog.
2016 is the year of engagement!
It’s a critical year for our planet and for democracy, and we want to challenge everyone in our community to do something more to be involved, especially in the areas of climate change, democracy, social justice, and community building. Check these TPA blog posts for ideas on getting involved: How to get involved! and What you can do about climate change. And sign up for our spam-free mailing list for information about important activities and events.
And we want to hear from you! What are you doing this year to be involved? Send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Fourth Friday/Films of Vision and Hope – May 27, 2016 – “The Ecomomics of Happiness” film and discussion. Details to follow in early May.
Unitarian Universalist Church of Palo Alto.
- New Economy Transition – May meeting 2-4pm, UUFRC. Details to follow.
- Garden Shares
Second Sunday of each month, 11am-12, Palo Alto Community Garden
Fourth Sunday of each month, 11am-12, Full Circle Farm, Sunnyvale
- Transition Cafes – Most Fridays, 6-8pm, Red Rock Cafe, Mountain View. Check your email each week (by Thursday) for the topic and details.