The Placecraft Summit is a user-driven conference for people who wish to shape the built environment in ways that create value, strengthen community, and protect the ecosystem. Propose a session or join us as a participant!See More
Come explore the connection between the built environment and social, economic and environmental prosperity! "Imagining North Adams" is a three-week festival of images, ideas, and initiatives that will be headquartered in Gallery 107, 107 Main Street, as part of DownStreet Art.During the festival, individuals and neighborhood groups will have the opportunity to consult volunteer urban planners on specific issues pertaining to their favorite corners of the city.See the festival website for more…See More
Annual Firefly Hike and Campfire at Sheep Hill in Williamstown Thursday June 21 from 7:30-10 PM. Campfire stories, S’mores, and a walk through the darkening meadow to experience the dazzling firefly show. Suggested donation is $3. Severe weather cancels the event. www.wrlf.org . See More
Wednesday, June 26:Innovation in Wind Power Discussion. Lobby, 6pm. Free.Wind power is a big topic in the Berkshires today. And the above image is not of your typical looking windmill. Stanley Kowalski from FloDesign will present recent innovations in this rapidly evolving “green” technologySee More
October 18, 2010 at 6pm to January 31, 2011 at 7pm
Keep the Cheer Here and Save Our Local EconomyMake a conscious choice to purchase what you need throughout the year and especially during the holiday season at Independent Local Businesses in the Northern Berkshire towns of Adams, Clarksburg, Florida, North Adams, Savoy, Williamstown and others... Join…See More
Sustainable City LivingEcologically Regenerative Technologies PresentationScott Kellogg, Author of “Toolbox for Sustainable City Living” will present an overview of his book and upcoming workshop.Topics that will be covered include:• Aquaculture: ponds, plants, fish and algae• Microlivestock and city chickens• Rainwater Harvesting• Low-tech bioremediation: cleaning contaminated soils using plants, fungi and bacteria• Constructed Wetlands/ Greywater• Autonomous energy: bicycle windmills, passive…See More
Describe your interest in Northern Berkshire Transition
Northern Berkshire Transition is a way for me to stay tuned to local sustainability-related developments and connect with like-minded neighbors. Don't have much time to volunteer these days, but I will gladly make the time when I can.
Only have time to volunteer a few hours on specific projects
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