Here are some useful resources if you would like to find out more about some of our past work, the research that underpins our philosophy and strategy, and links to free online training. If you would like to find out more about different projects we have run over the years, please visit our Past Projects page.
From Field to Fork: Totnes- Mapping the Local Food Web. A project Transition Town Totnes undertook with the Campaign to Protect Rural England to help us understand the benefits of our local food network to the local economy, community and environment.
Transition in Action- Totnes and District 2030: An Energy Descent Action Plan. A report published in 2009 investigating how we can reduce our reliance on fossil fuels and decreasing our carbon footprint as a town.
Local Economic Blueprint. The Local Economic Blueprint for Totnes and District was undertaken in 2013 by the REconomy Project: Totnes. The report estimates the potential value of four key sectors of our localised economy. Together we agreed on a vision for what our local economy should be and identified projects to take this forward.
Totnes REconomy Impact Report 2012- 2017. This impact report aims to assess the impact of The Totnes REconomy project from 2012 to 2017. The project has been running since 2011 with aims to develop opportunities for local people to create livelihoods and have their needs met in ways that are ecologically regenerative, fair and inclusive, and that contribute to the resilience of the community.
Caring Town Annual Report 2017. Caring Town is a local network of over 80 public, voluntary and private organisations and groups that care for our community of 23,000 people here in Totnes & District. This report provides a summary of the Caring Town network and project activities, our outputs, impacts and what we have learned so far. It includes information about our processes and documents so that others may freely use them.