"In honour of the upcoming Earth Day, we thought it was fitting to show 'The Clean Bin Project'. We will feature this documentary on Friday, April 20th at 7pm in the Cedar Room at the West Vancouver Community Centre. Hope to see you there!…"
We believe backyard hens to be a positive change for the community, adding variety and value to our urban landscape, while reflecting the City and District of North Vancouver’s sustainable living and environmental mandates.See More
Welcome to the North Shore beekeeping group, representing active beekeepers (both Mason and Honey) in North and West Vancouver. This is a local chapter of the Village Vancouver Beekeeping Network and was set up to help new and experienced beekeepers on the north shore to connect and share resources and ideas. This group is currently convened by Lianne Shyry of the …See More
"West Vancouver Community Centre documentary night Feb 17th: See Photo
Something remarkable is happening in the fields and orchards of the Pacific Northwest. After leaving the land for decades, family farmers are making a comeback. They are…"
In which Vancouver neighbourhood or other community do you live?
If you don't live in Vancouver or are in another neighbourhood or community we did not list, please tell us where home is.
Please tell us which areas of Transition interest you. For example: growing more food/urban agriculture, relocalizing our economy/local currency, Permaculture, transit, energy efficient buildings, the arts, urban homesteading, preserving seed diversity, placemaking, potlucks, outreach, organizing events, community-building, having fun while saving the world, or...
urban gardening, native wildflowers and beekeeping.
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Local, organic, rural, and/or urban, food production is a mainstay of life, and doing it well leads to wellness. From farm to kitchen, discussions relating to food--and the community arising around it--belong here.
If you have to leave your village, how will you get where you want to go? By car? Preferably not, both for your wallet and the earth’s sake. This category is for all discussions relating to how we all get around.
A human right? After food, most feel shelter is the most important necessity. A place of shelter is also the start of a community. This category is for all things relating to shelter, housing, affordable housing, homes, renewable heating systems, green buildings, heritage, and our built environment in general.