About Tennesse Transitions

If we collectively plan and act early enough, we can create a way of living that’s significantly more connected, more vibrant and more fulfilling than the one we find ourselves in today. Now is the time to take stock and to start re-creating our future in ways that are not based on cheap, plentiful and polluting oil but on localized food, sustainable energy sources, resilient local economies and an enlivened sense of community and personal well-being. This blog will simply cover my attempts to transition to that new way of living!

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Love it….can’t wait to read through your past posts!

Comment by Alaskan Grown Revolution

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I am looking through your blog and I love it. I can’t wait to buy a house so I can actually have a garden though in the heat of the desert it may be a little harder than I anticipate it to be! Anyway I would like to nominate you for a Liebster Award. You can see what it is all about here http://chellieflores.wordpress.com/2013/09/06/liebster-award/

Comment by chellieflores

I have just stumbled upon your website and I am so impressed with all of the great info!!!! I work at a nature preserve in northeast TN and would like to invite you to attend an Earth Day event I’m planning and this is the only way I can see to get in touch with you. If you are interested please let me know!!!! The event will be April 26, 2014. Thank you!!!!

Comment by Melissa Keeler

Hi Melissa, I appreciate your kind offer to participate in the Earth Day activities at Bays Mountain but I have already committed to be a part of two other activities already on that same day in JC and Unicoi! I’m glad you like my blog and hope you’ll become a regular reader and I’d love to write a line or two some time for Bays Mtn newsletter. I love Bays Mountain Park!

Comment by simpleintn

Oh there are tornadoes all over the area down there and I hope you are ok and not part of any of that!

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