Monthly Archives: January 2012


GROWING A RESILIENT NEIGHBORHOOD: A neighborhood that can provide what it needs 1 January 2012 By Some Accounts–The Beginning of a Very Dicey Year I always feel vulnerable in the winter–nothing is growing out there and what if the furnace … Continue reading

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The Stitching Room – Elkins Park

I am knitting a pair of socks… and I’m highlighting The Stitching Room as a local business relevant to Transition Philadelphia.   The Stitching Room is in the center of Elkins Park and is owned by Lisa Stockebrand, also from … Continue reading

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Springing Good Intentions Into Action – the Skillshare Weekend of this Spring

Headed to Weavers Way Food Co-op for some lunch material today, and who do I run into but the masterminds behind The Home Grown Institute‘s conference Springing Good Intentions Into Action: Sarah Gabriel, Managing Director of The Home Grown Institute; … Continue reading

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Hello 2012!

In the process of renewing domain names, we seem to have lost the website and are in the process of rebuilding it here at Please send ideas and suggestions for our new website to me (meenal.raval at  … Continue reading

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