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The Climate Election in Philadelphia

The Democratic Primary is next Tuesday, May 19th.  Philadelphia Democrats will select the candidate virtually certain to become our next Mayor.  Of the 6 in the running, Jim Kenney rises to the top, both in our opinion and in recent … Continue reading

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Woodland-Hilltop Resilient Village: Home Grown Inst. + Box Garden Invite

March 26, 2012    Transition Streets Journal This is Millie and she’s standing inside her “chicken tractor”. This past Saturday and Sunday, Michael Cellucci and I went to the Home Grown Institute–we had a great time. Michael learned about aquaponics, … Continue reading

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GROWING A RESILIENT NEIGHBORHOOD

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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Hello 2012!

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

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