We planted some stuff in A6. I planted a butternut squash, a tomato plant, beets and mini carrots. There is still room if anyone else wants to plant anything. Nushin and Kristi I can look after the gardens while you both are gone."
I have a bunch of extra seeds that can be used at the church plots that we are trying to figure out if they are being used. Also, I have a lot of spinach growing that I can not use all of in my plot at the church garden in A3 &…"
A community of citizens that believes we have the power to build community resilience and self-reliance such that all species, now and in the future, will be able to meet their basic needs while maintaining a healthy planet.
How are you currently involved in the Transition movement?
I am involved in the Broomfield Community Garden. I am so excited to see what we can get to grow and have the ability to donate as much as possible to FISH, Inc.
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
I love to work on issues that our community faces no matter how big or small. The Transition movement gives me the opportunity to work in areas that I have never been involved in, but have always wanted to become more involved in.
What background and skills do you bring to this community?
I bring the community my knowledge of working on other movements and a commitment to work.
How can you help the growth/acceptance/vitality of the Transition movement?
Growth is created through word of mouth and encouraging people that would not normally be involved to step forward. This is where I can work toward spreading the word to get new and different types of people to become involved.
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