Learn how to make your own miso at this evening workshop brought to you by Transition Berkeley!
There is a world of difference between commercially prepared ‘fermented’ foods and the ones you make at home. Fermented foods made the old fashioned way are so beneficial to overall health that they are often referred to as… Read more »
This coming Wednesday from 7-9 PM, we expect a full house to welcome speaker Charles Eisenstein. Many activists sooner or later come to face frustration, cynicism, or despair. Far from being obstacles to overcome, these feelings are invitations into a deeper level of activism that includes the personal and relational. On their other side lies… Read more »
Come enjoy a series of short films celebrating transportation solutions from around the world and share ideas to create more livable streets here in the Bay Area. We’ll be inspired by films from places near and far, where biking, pedestrian and transit systems have made cities healthier and more enjoyable, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.… Read more »
Is now a good time to go solar? There are many myths and misconceptions when it comes to the decision to invest in solar panels on your residential roof top. Transition Berkeley is hosting a panel of experts to discuss and clear up common questions surrounding the deployment of solar technology for residential use. Questions… Read more »
Have you wondered who is behind some of the most exciting community garden projects sprouting up in the East Bay? What about how to get involved with them? Our friends from Transition Berkeley are hosting an evening next Wednesday that will provide an introduction. The film “Permaculture: the Growing Edge” will be shown and local… Read more »