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Bronwyn Snefjella
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  • Ottawa, ON
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What attracted you to become a member?
I'm interested in networking with other people who are concerned with urban sustainability, and would like to lend a hand.
If you are from the Ottawa area, in what neighbourhood area do you live (i.e. Nepean, Centre Town, Glebe, Vanier, etc.)
Centre Town
Would you like to be part of a transition initiative in your neighbourhood?
What issues are you interested in (Check as many as apply)?
Local food resilience, Alternative vehicles, Community building, Greening Ottawa, Reskilling, Joyous simple living
What are your skills (Professional and amateur)?
Research, writing, analysis, communication. Visual arts. Gardening.
How would you like to see Ottawa look and feel in the future?
Less cars, more bike and pedestrian friendly, even more connectivity, more food secure, and more celebratory!
What part would you like to contribute to this?
I'm most interested in urban gardens and food security issues, and would like to do both hands on work and community policy work if there is a need.

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At 4:57pm on September 29, 2015, stella kwale said…

Good Day,

How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:( ) for the full details.

Have a nice day

Thanks God bless.

Mrs Stella.

At 12:03am on August 28, 2010, Transition Ottawa (/jd) said…
Welcome aboard, Bronwyn. Glad to have you with us! / jd

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