We just got the word that Transition Goshen is officially the 134st Transition Town in the US. WooHoo! It may feel a bit anticlimatic since we’ve acting official since the get-go, but we’re honored and excited all the same! To … Continue reading
For anyone interested in learning more about Transition, Rob Hopkins’ “The Transition Companion” is a great place to start. Assuming we can get 10 copies spoken for, we’ll receive 4 bonus copies from the publisher to loan out to other individuals … Continue reading
Here’s a brief rundown of this past week’s Transition Michiana event in South Bend, where more than a hundred people from throughout the region attended an engaging and inspiring experience. The event kicked off with a screening of In Transition … Continue reading
Our Local Food Tours and Talks explored opportunities for different types of local food advocates and enterprises to collaborate on a regional scale. The tours of Purple Porch Co-op, Rise Up Farms, Elkhart Local Food Alliance, and the Goshen Farmer’s Market were a starting point for recognizing overlapping efforts and identifying other groups to bring into the conversation.
The Goshen Farmers Market Film Series offers monthly movies based around food and sustainability. Check out the 2012/2013 lineup! Continue reading
An audio recording of our conversation with Beth Neff is now available below. A published author, Beth is also a gifted storyteller. We were privileged to listen to her accounts of some significant periods of Goshen’s food history, from helping provide access to … Continue reading
…these are all strategies for localizing our food systems, which means creating access to healthy, locally grown food in a way that makes us less dependent on external markets and more connected to each other. In a Farm State that still imports 90 … Continue reading