Welcome to Transition Town Peterborough

Who Are We?

Transition Town Peterborough (TTP) is an all volunteer, non-profit organization using economic localization to reduce our community-wide dependence on fossil fuels while increasing local community resilience and self-sufficiency in food, water, energy, culture and wellness. With a focus on community building, TTP is made possible by ordinary citizens working toward positive change. It is shaped and guided by all who are able to participate, in whatever capacity they can.

 

Our Board of Directors
Michael Bell, President and Chair
Fred Irwin, Treasurer
Cheryl Lyon, Secretary
Angela Windren
Chris Bocking
Trent Rhode
Cheryl Ellis

 25% Shift to Local Food Research

Part One of this study is identified the economic impact, in terms of community wealth creation, that can be achieved by a shift of 25% of our local food expenditures from 5% to 30% in a 10-year time frame. It estimates this impact to be over $400M annually within 10 years. Part Two of the study is underway to identify the job creation potential of such an impact.

Local food, for this study, is considered to be food sourced in the City and County of Peterborough. No attempt is being made to identify the how and the cost of effecting the 25% shift.

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Latest News

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TTP Wins Sustainability Award

Congratulations to all the volunteers, board of directors and users and takers of the Kawartha Loon! read the coverage

Sale Of PDI

CORRESPONDENCE FROM TTP REGARDING THE PROPOSED SALE OF PETERBOROUGH DISTRIBUTION INC TO HYDRO ONE

TTP CELEBRATES ITS HISTORY And ITS VOLUNTEERS

TTP CELEBRATES ITS HISTORY and ITS VOLUNTEERS After eight years of hard work getting established, Transition Town Peterborough finally took a breath to celebrate its volunteers’ achievements at its Annual General Meeting, April 13, 2016.  Eight years and so many positive ways of giving... read more

Upcoming Events

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Book Your Ad For 2017!

What kind of customer do you want to attract? The Greenzine can help you target that community minded and environmentally aware clientele! Booking now for Summer Greenzine 2017. Great rates. Contact Fred Irwin 705 874-0706

Dandelion Day Festival!!

Celebrating Healthy Lifestyles and Local Prosperity at Millennium Park,  The foot of King Street, Sunday May 28th 2017 from 11 am-4 pm.  Free Admission.   Venues include 1. Feel Good Zone, 2. Dandelion Café, 3. Tour De Lion, 4. Active Kids Circle, 5. Silent Auction, 6.... read more







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