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Brother and Sister organizations that believe in the local sustainability movement... welcome!

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Comment by Melissa Campbell on January 6, 2010 at 1:24pm
I'm always happy to answer questions, so no worries ")

Glad to be here with you, the more people working on helping themselves and others the better.
Comment by Shirah Miriam "Mimi" Aumann on January 6, 2010 at 12:45pm
I should have looked at your ning site first, and I would not have needed to ask the question. I am familiar with the movement and Transition Towns but have not been a part of any group thus far - simply for lack of time because of related involvements. My goals and purposes are the same... Mimi
Comment by Melissa Campbell on January 6, 2010 at 12:27pm
Yes, it is.

I came across the ning site about a year ago, after I read an article that Galen wrote about Rob Hopkins and transition towns. I was very excited to see that others where working on the same things I was concerned about.

Les Squires has been very helpful with the Missouri site. The potential to network with all of Missouri has been a lot of fun, very helpful and has helped me to be more hopeful ")
Comment by Shirah Miriam "Mimi" Aumann on January 6, 2010 at 12:01pm
Hello Melissa - is transitionmissouri ning part of the U.S. Transition movement? http://transitionus.ning.com/notes/Help_--_Who_We_Are
Mimi
Comment by Ruell Chappell on January 6, 2010 at 11:51am
ditto Melissa!
Comment by Melissa Campbell on January 6, 2010 at 11:30am
It's great to see the WFN going strong! Way to lead by example!

I also run a ning site called www.transitionmissouri.ning.com stop by and see the events I have listed and feel free to post them here on this site.

There are more and more people everyday who are realizing that it is better to make their own destiny through sustainable living. I hope that the transition site and the WFN site can work together to bring more and more people together.

Melissa Campbell
Administrator for Transition Missouri
Comment by Shirah Miriam "Mimi" Aumann on January 5, 2010 at 8:02pm
The description of this group - Brother and Sister organizations that believe in the local sustainability movement - is why I feel this is the specific group on the WFN ning in which I want to participate... I am a loyal and involved member of Friends of the Garden and have been asked to represent FOG as their liaison with the local WFN Alliance. Our organizations have many mutual goals and purposes with regard to the sustainability movement locally. You are also invited to visit the FOG website and blog. The FOG blog is very active with important and useful information being posted daily. We have a faithful readership as our blog is not a stagnant blog but one that supplies a variety of information, as well as staying on top of breaking issues that affect all of us... Visit: http://friendsofthegarden.org/pblog/index.php
Comment by Da Barefoot Chef on December 17, 2009 at 3:14pm
We are creating the area's first Sustainable Organic Shop in Ozark Missouri where we will feed the local's for minimum price and donate 100% of all proceeds to expanding the local farmer! :)
 

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