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Transition OKC
Transition OKC7 days ago
Are you a voter? Then vote today, Sept. 12th! In OKC, we have the chance to decide on 13 city bond propositions. You can vote Yes or No on each one individually. Voting Yes on any bond proposition will not increase property taxes and will fund streets, sidewalks, parks, trails, drainage projects, etc. Two of these bond propositions are non-infrastructure related; one is for improving the Chesapeake Arena, and the other one would pay large corporations to create jobs.

Two sales tax initiatives are also on the ballot. The first is a permanent 1/4-cent sales tax to fund police and fire personnel. The second is a temporary 1-cent tax to fund street maintenance (these funds would be on top of the ~1/2 billion Streets proposition also on the ballot.)

Whatever you decide, be sure to vote today!
Transition OKC
Transition OKC1 month ago
Looking for a way to improve Oklahoma City's environment? Here's a one-time event with big impact! Check it out and be sure to register if interested.
Transition OKC
Transition OKC1 month ago
This spat of cooler weather has us thinking about fall and excited about what's coming in September at SixTwelve's Mushroom Cultivation Course. It's a 20-hour intensive course on the art, science, and regenerative applications of mushroom cultivation led by the co-founder of Radical Mycology, Peter McCoy. Details in the link below.
Transition OKC
Transition OKC2 months ago
Smart company.

"In a new low-income development that replaced a trailer park here, rooftop solar panels sparkle in the sun while backup batteries quietly hum away in utility closets. About an hour away, in Rutland, homes and businesses along a once-distressed corridor are installing the latest in energy-saving equipment, including special insulation and heat pumps. And throughout Vermont, customers are signing up for a new program that will allow them to power their homes while entirely disconnected from the grid."
Transition OKC
Transition OKC2 months 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!