This may pique your interest. Take a peek at the new peak pattern. (I've been wanting to use those three words together for a while. :-)
Just in time for the election. Wake up and smell the gasoline...while it lasts. Is Bloomington ready for Transition?
"Gasoline station owners in the Los Angeles area including Costco Wholesale Corp. are…Continue
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To manifest a project of this scale will take a small army of steadfast volunteers, local growers and business people. And to realize it will require an alliance of organizations and local government joining forces. This will require real funding. Probably millions. But....funding for projects like this is available if we can offer real numbers about benefits to the community. Please see some similar projects at Dunhill…Continue
Posted on August 6, 2011 at 10:39am
We reached our annual Ning fee goal of $240 plus a little bit more.!
A BIG thank you to Karen Rene Thompson, Judith Holy, Sarah Ryterband, Brian Flaherty, Laura Hobbs, Ryan Conway, Living Green Magazine, and Sandrah Dinsdale.
Don't be shy about making further donations to support our work in Bloomington. We'll do our best to see that it helps all of us in our Transition to a regenerative future.
Posted on July 30, 2011 at 9:46am — 6 Comments
Eight MCCSC schools expect to offer students salad bars at lunch time this year, thanks to a grant through Michelle Obama’s Let’s Move initiative aimed at fighting childhood obesity.
But local green stuff of the monetary kind is needed to make…Continue
Posted on July 14, 2011 at 9:37pm — 1 Comment