1 thought on “Yes, You Can Start a Transition Group

  1. Peter Foster

    These skill shares are so much fun, and a great way to meet neighbors and make new friends. I’m reminded of one of the easiest ones we did, Winter Seed Sowing. We asked people to collect plastic milk jugs, we chipped in on a couple bags of potting soil, got some seeds, and invited two people with experience to lead the activity. We did it in the church basement, but you could do it at someone’s house. We had so much fun– like kids planting beans in plastic cups. And seeing all those snow-covered jugs in neighbors’ yards was a great conversation starter, and really created a sense of community. Anyone can do it!



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