Monthly Archives: July 2014

Putting down local food roots in Louth

If you are in any doubt as to the benefits of sourcing locally produced food (and have exhausted the brilliant Food pages in Transition Free Press of course!), look no further than ‘Local Food Roots’,  a short film celebrating the … Continue reading

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Fight to save Grow Heathrow

Transition Heathrow, which in 2010 set up the Grow Heathrow community garden on the site of a proposed third runway for the major airport, has been served an eviction notice for Friday, 15th August at 8.00am. The group is calling … Continue reading

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Our watershed moment

Water is a big part of our Spring/Summer edition after the winter’s storms brought the reality of climate change nearer home, but it also showed us the power of this natural resource. This article by Alexis Rowell is the front … Continue reading

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Test run for Poole Harbour heat project

Wind turbines, micro-hydro schemes and solar panels are not the only way for community groups to generate their own energy. One scheme in Dorset has rather different plans – to produce heat and power from Poole Harbour. Continue reading

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Getting It Out There! Deadline for Autumn Issue Bundle Orders Extended to 15th August

Don’t miss out! Bundles to go for the Autumn issue 2014 of Transition Free Press. There is only one newspaper in print dedicated to reporting on all things happening on the ground in transition, and that’s the Transition Free Press. … Continue reading

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