Our first FIlms for a Future documentary is Planetary. This documentary was released in 2015 and looks into how human psychology and culture are reshaping our planet's ecology. After the film Transition Sarasota will present thought provoking questions to start and continue the discussion.
As Transition Sarasota's Suncoast Gleaning Project enters its seventh season, learn how you can get involved in supporting local farms, local food banks, and the food insecure in our community - all at the same time!As Transition Sarasota's Suncoast Gleaning Project enters into its seventh season, learn how you can get involved in supporting local farms, local food banks, and the food insecure in our community - all at the same time!
Award-winning information architect, filmmaker, photographer, and writer, Douglas Gayeton, will deliver Eat Local Week 2016's keynote address at this thought-provoking event.
Join farmworkers and consumer allies from across the Sarasota area to amplify the national Wendy's Boycott, launched by the Coalition of Immokalee Workers last March in response to Wendy's continued refusal to join the Fair Food Program -- a proven solution to farmworker poverty and abuse in U.S. agriculture.
Take a stroll around Geraldson Community Farm with Chinese Medicine Extraordinaire Bob Linde and learn about many edible and medicinal plants that grow in our landscapes.
Turn your kitchen into your medicine cabinet! This class will cover some of the most common kitchen herbs, how they are used medicinally, and how to prepare them.
Transition Sarasota is excited to announce that we will be participating in the 2016 Giving Challenge, a 24-hour event supporting more than 450 nonprofits serving Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte and Desoto counties.
The second annual North America Permaculture Convergence (NAPC) will be held in partnership with the Northern California Permaculture Convergence (NCPC) at the world-renowned Solar Living Institute.
The Summit will gather our state's top food and farming entrepreneurs, policy makers, chefs, foodies, and local food fans to grow Florida’s local food movement through both introductory and advanced coursework, beautiful farm-to-table meals, and hands-on educational workshops.