Come join me @ my house for gaia's garden study group. as we are no longer meeting at the restore in new port richey. would like to plan for fall garden and overall wish list for sustainability. see what we have to exchange and plant many gardens soon!! plan to help each other this fall. with code greens brain storming. we can have food this season . ps i have loquat trees in the wrong places please come and take some
Last night, at the perma-plenary session, it was decided that a Tampa Bay-wide movie screening would be an excellent integrative project to undertake on a bioregional scale. This forum is to aide in coordination of that effort.
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A project of creating food coops, farmers markets, veggie stores for the local community to connect them with local farmers. Working together we can create and grow a local food economy for the Tampa bay area.
Internet chat about Code Green Community- We beleive in the power of collective genius, by opening up a place to chat on a regular hour we hope to host a opportunity for members to get to know one another and coordinate efforts on projects spontaneously.Come join us for a chat where ever you are!Log on at 9pm and click the bottom bar labeled "Code Green Community Chat" or push at the top bar the Chat tab.See More
The Deepwater Horizon oil rig sinking and resulting spill in the Gulf of Mexico is a serious threat to the entire Gulf Coast’s thriving tourism industry and fragile ecosystem. It is a shame it is going to take a spill of this magnitude to open our leaders’ minds to the risks oil drilling presents to our coastal communities and fragile environment.Join Hands Across the Sand on June 26 to raise awareness about the devastating effects oil drilling could have on our coastal economies and…See More
We just registered for a workshop which I believe will be very useful for all in Transition movement. I am pasting the flyer below.Mary Ann Holtz and Walt Davin, St. PetersburgResilient Relationshipsa Nonviolent Communication (NVC)-based WorkshopSaturday, July 24, 2010in St. Pete FloridaSession begins @ 930am until 5:00pm--Doors open at 9 for registration & payment.--Lunch is 45 min, bring a sack lunch so we can connect during our break)1011 First Ave North (front entry/2nd floor)St. Pete,…See More
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Still photographer, video photographer, recording engineer, live sound technician, digital video producer, musician, computer and telephone repair tech, event producer, have lots of multi-media equipment, experienced bicyclist (bicycle tours, etc) backpacker and camper, etc., have a garden and rainbarrel at my house.
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I had to work a couple Saturday's ago, and so missed the rain barrel workshop. Haven't checked yet to see if there's another one coming up. I hope so as I'd like to get one in place before rainy season starts. (That is, if it starts)
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