Date for the April Transition Fest to be confirmed. Beer Making Workshop is being organized. February 18th social is being coordinated. Website released. NING cut-off scheduled for 4 weeks. To be posted on NING site. Inclusion group proposal put forward. To be announced in inclusion group page. Quarterly general meeting coordinated. Next meeting is posted on the events calendar for the 28th of March, 2010. 3:00pm to 5:00pm. Subgroups encouraged to post action recommendations for those who were not able to attend their meetings. Will be posted to group pages. Transportation group bicycle maintenance/repair workshop initiated. To be posted to Transportation group page.
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Danielle Cohen, Sunday, 28 February 2010 11:47
Hey folks - inclusion project info is now up on the inclusion page (see minutes of general mtg 7.2.10) - sorry for the delay :-)
Jamie, Tuesday, 23 February 2010 11:42
^^^ Those are Ivan's words btw... ^^^
Jamie, Tuesday, 23 February 2010 11:40
My transition vision is not a film noir, It's more like saturday morning picture club at the Rio cinema In my own "field of dreams" I obtain a yield of quinoa, soaked and dried and stored in old nutella jars. At Clissold Park Farm I exchange some seeds for milk, from those goats of the long haired, short legged ilk, and a fine coat of silk from a tailor on Church street, where the cows and the sheep and the people meet, because these days we devolve power to the animals: I see ducks quarrelling with the quacks in the quangos, and free range chickens claiming squatter's rights in nandos. We don't need ASBOs, we hold candlelight vigils for the village vandal, who never shows, and our councillors wander round in sandals and turquoise hemp corduroys and speak of the earth in the manner of the Iroquois saying "OI! we must consider each act's impact upon the seventh generation, so let's grow potatoes on the platform at Stoke Newington station and pay poor musicians to perform on the train, Let's turn the roads into one big cycle lane!" But I say "Hey! You went too far, what about the skateboards, the hoverboards and the bumpercars? and the Futurebus, propelled by magnets and a dynamo, and what about my horse-drawn austin maestro?" And they reply "well that's why we need to vision collectively" so whatever you want to see, whether it's more varieties of radish or less poetry, then write it down and put it up on our post-it tree.