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Transition Guelph

Site: No Physical Address

Contact Information
Alternate Name Appleseed Collective ; Guelph Community Orchard ; Guelph Seed Library ; Guelph Urban Farm Tour ; Guelph-Wellington Time Bank ; Resilience Festival ; The Grow Garden ; TreeMobile
Social Media Facebook Twitter
Primary Contact Kelly Smith, Volunteer; Email:
Primary Executive Steve Tedesco, Chair, Transition Guelph Board
Located In Community Guelph
Physical Access Not Applicable
Description & Services
Description (Agency) Citizen initiative to to strengthen community resilience and economic vitality through re-localization of services and resources.
Description (Service) Dedicated to strengthening local resilience through projects and events. Helps community create a positive vision for the future and be ready to transition and adapt to the “new normal”. Projects are initiated by community volunteers and grow according to local needs and resources. 
Guided by principles of local resilience: economic vitality, edibles (food and water), engaged community, energy, and environmental stewardship.  
Projects include * Appleseed Collective * Guelph Community Orchard * Guelph-Wellington Time Bank * Guelph Urban Farm Tour * The Grow Garden * Resilience Festival * TreeMobile
Hours Hours vary * see website for information on events and projects
Areas Served Guelph
Eligibility No restrictions * visit website for membership information
Application Call or e-mail for information or to set up a visit / orientation
Languages English
Fees Membership
Other Details
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 2008; Transition Towns movement founded in Ireland (2005), England (2006)
Print Material Related websites: 
* Transition 
* Post Carbon Institute
Service Categories Community Involvement Programs ~ Community Development Issues ; Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups ~ Energy Conservation Issues ; Planning/Coordinating/Advisory Groups ~ Hunger/Food Issues