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Take the Resilience Challenge!

Posted on April 28th, 2014  10:54 am

Away we goThis is the season for planting and growing.  What seeds will you plant in your community for sustainability, connectedness, resiliency?  This May, join Transition US in actions to:

 

  1. Save Water
  2. Grow Food
  3. Conserve Energy
  4. Build Community

It’s the Community Resilience Challenge (CRC), in which individuals invite their friends and neighbors in actions, large or small, to accomplish one or more of the objectives above.

During the Community Resilience Challenge, participants commit to specific actions under one or more of these 4 themes (e.g., installing a graywater system, planting a garden, weatherizing the home, or coordinating a community project).  Digging out favas

The CRC is a great spur to take care of those home and garden improvements you’ve been thinking about, to organize a neighborhood work party, or to plan a community visioning event.

JOINING THE CHALLENGE IS EASY: 

1. Plan your action for the month of May. 

2. Register your action to be counted.

3. Send your stories & photos to marissa@transitionus.org so we can share them and inspire others!

If you live in the East Bay: contact lcurriedesign@aol.com.  We have special discounts, offers, and prizes from businesses to help you with your actions. 

For more information from Transition US, go to:  Community Resilience Challenge.

Buffelgrass day - digging, gathering

Written by Stuart Moody on April 28th, 2014 in East Bay Chapter,Green Sangha Chapter News,Sonoma Chapter

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