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Wendell Berry’s Jayber Crow and the loving community

What I saw now was the community imperfect and irresolute but held together by the frayed and always fraying, incomplete and yet ever-holding bonds of the various sorts of affection.  There had maybe never been anybody who had not been loved by somebody…It was a community always disappointed in itself, disappointed in its members, always trying to contain its divisions and gen

Transition for tribal communities in Orissa, India

Transition Training Empowering Tribal Communities in Orissa

MayEastIt was summer 2013 and wasn't sure I was hearing right.

The Future of Food: a new Transition programme for primary schools

This is a guest blog from Marina O’Connell who runs the Apricot Centre in Essex as a small market garden and education centre. Over the last year Schools in Transition has been developing and trialling a programme for primary schools that is based on the CPRE Food Web Mapping Toolkit.

Creating a culture of celebration

apple with heart When I was about 12 a friend of my sister came on holiday with my family.

The Transition FAMILY Connections Game

This is the blog we are using to follow the Transition FAMILY Connections Game - sending presents to Copenhagen using the Six Degrees of Separation concept.

The Transitioner's Digest (July)

This month our theme has been 'Celebration'.  We have set out to explore 5 questions: Why do you celebrate? Why is celebration important? What are the ingredients of good celebration? What is the wider context for celebration? What is the personal context for celebration?

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