OCTOBER 5th Portland, Maine

Fall 2013 New England Transition Gathering

Why have we all connected to do this work of Transition?

Why would others want to engage with us?

Why would we want to connect or align regionally?

What responsive structures could be put in place among us for transition?


Come to the Fall 2013 Transition Gathering in Portland Maine to find out!


At this event you will hear stories of best practices, lessons learned and responsive structures that build resilience. There will be multiple resource sharing opportunities throughout the day, copious opportunities to deepen our connection, collaborate, network, and enjoy delicious locavore food. Doors open at 9:30am.


Join us the night before to hear Rob Hopkins, co-founder of the Transition Network and John Rooks, founder of The SOAP Group speaking at Ludcke Auditorium at UNE, starting at 6pm.


Saturday, Oct. 5th, 9:30am-4pm

526 Allen Ave

Portland, ME

Follow this link to register. Please note: If you will need a homestay because you are coming to the public event on Oct 4. Please select a homestay "ticket" to be placed on the list to receive community-sourced lodging/couch surfing/tenting options. For more information, visit the event page on Eventbrite.

Agenda

10a - Opening and Welcome

10:30a - Pecha Kucha Stories with Breakfast

11:30 - More stories

12 ish - Locavore Lunch

1p - 3p - Open Space

3:30p - Harvest

4p - Closing

New England Transition and Resilience Network

New England Transition and Resilience is a Learning Network, gathering semi annually to nourish and inspire our local action and forge a meaningful interconnection for New England Transition.


The ad hoc hosting circle for this gathering has so far included people from the following initiatives and community resources:


Montpelier Transition

Transition Newburyport

Transition Belfast

Grassroots Environment Fund

The Resilience Hub

Transition Portland

Sustainable Dartmouth

Jamaica Plain New Economy Transition

Southeastern Massachusetts Time Bank

Institute for Policy Studies




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