Posted by: Mike Grenville | 22 October 2008

Transition Guide to Food

As Transition initiatives have been growing and rippling out across the globe for over two years now, the time feels ripe to begin drawing together stories and experiences occurring across the network. The first such project Rob and I are embarking on, is a book entitled The Transition Guide to Food.

The idea is to give an overview of community food projects happening in and beyond Transition initiatives around the world (from Brixton to Kapiti NZ), and, based on experience and lessons learnt, to provide inspiration, advice and ideas for others. We began a month ago by sending out questionnaires to all official Transition initiatives, as well as posting a request for food project info on the Transition Culture website. The response has been good and my XL skills are being sharpened on a daily basis!

It would still be great to hear more from groups beyond these shores though, (as well as those UK ones I haven’t yet heard from) so any food-project participants who are reading this and who have not yet got in touch then please do so as soon as possible.

Any initiatives featured in the book will receive a free copy of the Guide once published next year – as well, of course, as the glory of helping to make the Guide a true and colourful representation of the good food work being done!

Contact Tamzin Pinkerton:
greentamzin@gmail.com
or on 01932 702515

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