Check out out this month's offerings at the various Incredible Edible sites across town, including Steamer Quay, Borough Park, Fern Bank and Follaton Arboretum.
ALTwork is six free sessions for people under 30 with entrepreneurs, artists and visionaries. Make an alternative future with meaningful work that values your skills: 18+ speakers, live music - see you there!
Each session will offer time to meet other participants and people involved in transformative businesses. Some may offer 'taster' and volunteer opportunities, as well as paid internships. And some can offer help in guiding you to start up your own transformative business.
Everyone will be able to stay connected through a discussion forum platform. Come for all six sessions, dip in and out, just do one - it's all good.
ALTwork Sep 1-3 and 8-10, 6pm-8pm via Zoom. Reserve your spot today - www.altwork.live
Want to share your ideas? Please follow us and hashtag #AltWorklive and invite others to do the same.
This September and October, Totnes Renewable Energy Society (TRESOC) and Transition Homes Community Land Trust (THCLT) will be holding a series of free public events. These will be part of TRESOC’s feasibility study into the development of a solar photovoltaic (PV) array plus on-site battery storage and electric vehicle charging points at THCLT’s 31-home Clay Park development. Please note the Focus Groups are for people interested in becoming residents of Clay Park only – if this is you contact firstname.lastname@example.org. To register for events, please email Sally on email@example.com
Meet on Weston Lane by the Westonfields Play Area
BRING: a picnic, some bags to take fruit home, all the family!
We’ll walk up to the top of the ‘Chicken Run’ picking as we go.
Games & picnic at the top, by the Elm Walk Play Area
For more info contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Regenerative Devon Summit on 7th-9th July was a convergence of amazing and interesting people, working to transform our regional economy.
More needs to be done to help us #build-back-better, to transform the economy of Devon and the South West to become more resilient, regenerative, bioregionally appropriate, to meet the challenge of the climate emergency, to respond to the urgencies of equality and justice.
So, how do we build a regenerative economy in Devon? Together! Councillors, officers, entrepreneurs, investors, community organisers, activists.
If you missed the summit, check out the recordings made available on the You Tube channel here