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Transition OKC
Transition OKC1 week ago
Katherine Hayhoe, an evangelical climate scientist, shares some ideas about engaging over climate change in a strident political atmosphere. She spoke at a Sustainability Conference here in OKC a few years ago!
Transition OKC
Transition OKC2 months ago
Great opportunity to learn more about how urban ag can benefit communities, the policies we need to expand urban ag opportunities, the challenges, etc. Urban Land Institute (ULI) Oklahoma is hosting a special lunch with Bryce Lowery, PhD and assistant professor in OU's Regional and City Planning Division, and Bud Scott, attorney and project developer for Oklahoma City's OKC Farmers Market District. Lunch will feature discussion, case studies and research, and applying those in a local context for Oklahoma's communities.

Highlight: Our friends at CommonWealth Urban Farms are featured as one of the "links of interest" for this event on ULI Oklahoma's website.
Transition OKC
Transition OKC2 months ago
In honor of #NationalBikeMonth, Spokies is celebrating with a discount promotion. Use promo code "May2017" for $3 off monthly passes throughout May. #BikeShare
Transition OKC
Transition OKC3 months ago
Beautiful! Locally grown flowers and bouquets from Commonwealth Urban Farms, the perfect gift for Mother's Day! #supportlocalfarmers
Transition OKC
Transition OKC3 months ago
Grateful to Red Dirt Report for coverage of our screening of the documentary "Tomorrow" and to our organizing partners for this event, Green Connections and Turtle Rock Farm: A Center for Sustainability, Spirituality and Healing, and to Mark Davies, Oklahoma City University for hosting! Our take: "Tomorrow" is a beautiful film with a hopeful message that will inspire you, and it appears audiences agree - the documentary currently has a score of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes. If you missed it, stay tuned - we hope to offer another screening later this year.
Transition OKC
Transition OKC3 months ago
Eleven fruit trees found a new home today at the Oklahoma Chapter of the National Women in Agriculture Association's growing community gardens. The trees are the first step in creating a food forest that will bear fruit for many years to come, and were planted as part of TOKC's mission to catalyze resilience, sustainability and health in OKC. Special thanks to Paul Mays for organizing today's tree planting and to all the volunteers who helped out!