Vancouver's Leader in Transition toward Strong, Resilient, Complete Communities
Our Transition Town on and around Main Street is at the centre of the city.
We hold monthly potlucks and workshops the first Tuesday of every month at Little Mountain Neighbourhood House.
Join us, meet neighbors, share skills and we'll help you relocalize!
Location: Riley Park/South Cambie & Mount Pleasant, Vancouver, Coast Salish Territory
Latest Activity: May 5
Monthly Potluck & Workshop Schedule
Pictures from our March Veggie Fermentation Workshop
Seed to Sky Garden Club Info.
__________________________________________________________________________ ***Welcome to all of the members who have recently joined us on the Village Vancouver Transition Town site! Come check out what's happening on Main St. We have potlucks and workshops the first Tuesday of every month at Little Mountain Neighborhood House.***
Jason, Randy, Ileana & Sophie
Main St. VV Steering Group
The Main Street Neighbourhood started as a series of monthly potlucks and an informal exchange of local knowledge and assets. We have experienced permaculturists (aka modern backyard farmers), seed sharers, engineers, planners, green home remodellers, and recreational sports people of every stripe in our ranks. We share everything from compost and soil to wheelbarrows and canoes.
Joining this Village Vancouver Group allows you to receive neighbourhood news and notices of events. You may contact the Main St. Steering Group at: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
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