"Be The One" to create food and economic security!

 Listen to our interview on May 1, 2018 on WSRQ, SUncoast Morning, Kaylene McCaw with Janet Lewis

Listen to our interview on May 1, 2018 on WSRQ, SUncoast Morning, Kaylene McCaw with Janet Lewis

Do you know about our Suncoast Gleaning Project?

It's Amazing!

During the 2017/18 Suncoast Gleaning Project season alone, over 260 volunteers have harvested and donated over 20,000 pounds of fresh, local, organic produce to go to the needy! Since its inception in 2010, the Suncoast Gleaning Project has donated over 260,000 pounds of fresh produce!

That's something we can all support!

The project was recently highlighted in Edible Sarasota - Read about it here!

Below - A collage of photos from our 2017/18 gleaning season.

Green Movies That Matter!

We're partnering with the the US Green Building Council Florida Gulf CoastSolutions To Avoid Red Tide (START) and Sarasota Ready for 100 Monthly Meeting) to bring you movies that make a difference. Films are scheduled the 4th Friday of every month from April through October at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Sarasota, as well as selected dates at Mote Marine Theater. Buy tickets ($10) on Eventbrite.

Above - Photos From Our 2018 Eat Local Farm Tour!

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Below, a video of the Eat Local Farm Tour by Steve McAllister !

ABove - OUr Bonfire/Potluck in February, 2018: Click to scroll through


living in a community that is walkable, bikeable, and busable. One where your food is healthy, fresh from a local farm or straight from your own garden. Where people know and look after each other. Where there is a network of local businesses that can thrive in any economy. Where our energy comes from clean, renewable sources. Where people are united by a common purpose and nature is protected to be enjoyed by all.
This is the vision of Transition Sarasota. Together, we can work to make it a REALITY.



Growing a more sustainable, just, and prosperous local food system.

Suncoast Gleaning Project

Harvesting surplus produce from local farms to benefit the food insecure in our community.

green movies that matter

Screenings of the most eye-opening documentary films you probably haven't seen yet.

Eat Local Week

We're already planning our 2018 Eat Local Week (October 19-28) - an annual, week-long celebration of the best of local food and farming. Watch for details!