Hey All,I wanted to post here about a Permaculture Design Course we are offering here in San Francisco.We feel it is important for all of us to understand the design method if we are going to move forward and re-design our cities and lives to be more in line with our needs and ethics.PLease see the event info here on this Ning site at:http://transitioncalifornia.ning.com/events/san-francisco-permacultureOr…See More
September 5, 2009 at 9am to November 14, 2009 at 4pm
In the heart of San Francisco, we come together to share and engage in Permaculture Design.We cover the standard PDC with an addition of the Urban viewpoint. With over half of the world's population now living in the urban setting, it is now of the highest importance that permaculture designers engage in the creation of sustainable urban settings.Please Follow the link for more Course Info.Urban Permaculture CourseSee More
I am the developer of the fruit tree database. The scope of the data can easily be global, but we obviously can only handle tree in our area.
I would be perfectly willing to share this database with any organization that wanted to track…"
Transition group to move San Francisco community forward to implementing ideas and policies, which will enable the city to deal with Climate Change and depleting energy while developing more resilient neighborhoods and Bay Area region.
Films of Vision and Hope comes to Sunnyvale! You are invited to join us for a free screening of the film "Urban Roots" at the Sunnyvale Public Library, 665 West Olive, Sunnyvale, CA, on Tuesday evening 8/18/15 from 6-9p.Brought to you by Charles Street Gardens, Full Circle Farm Sunnyvale and Transition Silicon Valley.Here is a link to the trailer:http://www.treemedia.com/#!urban-roots/c1cnzSynopsis - follows the urban…See More
June - Fourth Friday Films of Vision and Hope"Racing to Zero"At the past couple of Fourth Fridays, we've looked at the problem of food waste, and seen what we can do to start reducing it. This month, let's look at reducing waste overall.Racing To Zero is a quick-moving, upbeat documentary presenting new solutions to the global problem of waste. By simply substituting the word RESOURCE for the word GARBAGE, a culture can be transformed, and a new wealth of industries can emerge.Three years ago…See More
Transition Palo Alto Share FaireLucie Stern Community Center - PatioSunday, June 21, 201511:00 AM to 1:00 PMIt's just over a week until we Share. Are you ready? We have a record number of teachers and community groups sharing their skills and projects with you this time. And, of course, people will be bringing many interesting things to share as well. It's going to be lots of fun.In order to get you ready, we thought that we'd share a recent blog post with you. A couple of months ago, a…See More
You are invited to join us for a free screening of the film "In Organic We Trust" at the Sunnyvale Public Library on Wednesday evening 6/3/15 from 6-9p. Synopsis - We can no longer stomach our food system. It's killing more and more Americans and costing billions in health care. But is organic really better for us or just a marketing scam? When corporations went into the business and "organic" became a brand, everything changed. The philosophy and the label grew apart. Can gummy bears or…See More
Come to meet the Spirit of Vedic Russia, explore the dolmens, visit fascinating Shetinin's school (Kin's school or Forest school) and emmerse into the atmosphere of the ecovillage of Kin's domains!The event has been inspired by "The Ringing Cedars…
May 22, 2015 - Fourth Friday Shop your kitchen potluck!We're continuing our look at food waste with a fun "anti-food waste" evening. Bring a potluck dish to share - with this extra twist: Try to use as much as you can from your own kitchen. Or, ask your favorite vendors at your grocer's, farmer's market, or bakery for good food that might not be quite "perfect" - like day-old bread or produce with small blemishes.Got a can of garbonzo beans? Make hummus!Got a cabbage in the fridge? Make cole…See More
Films of Vision and Hope comes to the Sunnyvale Public Library. You are invited to join us at the library for the screening of "King Corn" on Saturday 5/9/2015 from 3 - 6p.This film follows filmmakers Ian Cheney and Curt Ellis, best friends from college on the East Coast who move to the heartland to learn were their food comes from. With the help of friendly neighbors, they plant a grow a bumper crop of America's most productive, most subsidized grain on one acre of Iowa soil. But when they try…See More
Films of Vision and Hope comes to the Sunnyvale Public Library. You are invited to join us at the library for the screening of "What's on Your Plate?" on Thursday 4/23/2015 from 6 - 9p. What's on Your Plate is filmed over the course of one year and follows two eleven year old multi-racial city kids Sadie and Safiyah as they explore their place in the food chain. Sadie and Safiyah take a close look at food systems in New York City and its surrounding areas. With the camera as their companion,…See More