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Transition Town Tervuren
Transition Town Tervuren
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Tervuren, BE
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate

Mari Korhonen Pekka Räsänen Rae Fuller
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Transition Town Tervuren

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Urban, Community, Educational, Permaculture Local Group Transition Town Permablitz, Political

Project Summary

Creating a resilient, diverse, energy-low and healthy local community in harmony with the environment and with eachother

Project Description

In this project we aim to make our community more resilient against the changing climate, the inevitable economic downward spiral and the degradation of our own natural environment. A lot of focus so far went to growing our own food, resulting in an active food group, several small local community gardens and a permaculture garden (which I will introduce as a separate project as soon as it gets launched properly). We also organised a DIY permaculture course to get people acquainted with the way ot thinking behind permaculture (It was DIY because we didn't have the money, time nor the knowledge to do it otherwise...) Next step in this project is reviving, teaching and learning skills: food preservation, gardening, scything, woodworking, making and mending clothes etc....a lot of interesting and exciting stuff!


24 hours without electricity

A challenge to spend the day using as little energy as possible.

Posted over 12 years ago (2 comments)
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