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Janet D
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  • Ottawa, Canada
  • Canada
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Codex Alimentarius Coming to a Country Near You Soon (Food Freedom)

In New Zealand, they are considering a passing a bill which would make it illegal togrow and/or distribute food from back yard gardens. Apparently such a bill hasalready been passed in the U.S., and…Continue

Started Dec 9, 2011

World Food Day - GMO food dump

Greetings, fellow transitioners,GMO foods are not getting the publicity they should be getting. I mean, like if you _want_ to buy GMO food, how do you know how to find it? It isn't labelled! World…Continue

Started Aug 4, 2011

 

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What attracted you to become a member?
The idea of learning to share and consume less.
If you are from the Ottawa area, in what neighbourhood area do you live (i.e. Nepean, Centre Town, Glebe, Vanier, etc.)
Glebe
Would you like to be part of a transition initiative in your neighbourhood?
Yes
What issues are you interested in (Check as many as apply)?
Home energy power down, Local food resilience, Alternative vehicles, Community building, Public transport, Reskilling, Joyous simple living
What are your skills (Professional and amateur)?
writing
How would you like to see Ottawa look and feel in the future?
Hard question to answer without a menu - how about
close knit, sharing, committed,
What part would you like to contribute to this?
As I can
If you could create your ideal participation with Transition Ottawa, what would it be?
Sharing skills, tools, concern for one another, creating jobs,

Janet D's Blog

The Nut Walk

On Sunday, August 14 a group of about 50 people; men and women of all ages and several children joined Hank Jones, from Allbirch Pollinator Garden who led them on a nut identification walk. The walk took them from Ottawa City Hall, along Queen Elizabeth Drive, and along some of the residential streets near the Canal. The walk, which lasted two hours, was intended as an introduction to the idea of nut collecting for people who wish to supplement their diet with nuts. As Mr. Jones pointed out,…

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Posted on August 16, 2011 at 8:30am — 4 Comments

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At 9:02am on February 25, 2012, Pamela Scaiff said…

Hi Janet, I just found your message...sorry for the delay.  I'll let you know when we do the next one.  Because the weather made us reschedule we may do another one as not everyone registered could make the new date. 

At 3:29pm on September 24, 2011, Caelan MacIntyre said…

Hi janet,

I left a comment for you over at Transactions.

At 12:38pm on June 11, 2011, Transition Ottawa (/jd) said…
Welcome aboard, Janet. Glad to have you with us.  / jd
 
 
 

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