Welcome to Transition Hobsons Bay

Transition Hobsons Bay are a community group that is working to inspire a strong and healthy future for our neighbourhoods in the face of climate change and the end of cheap oil.  Transition Towns is a growing international movement with a positive vision for a localised future.  Read about what we are working on and our achievements here. And, sign up if you'd like to keep up with what's happening and get involved.

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IN OTHER NEWS...

SUSTAINABLE FOOD - A SUPPORTERS GUIDE FOR HOBSONS BAY LOCALS --- What is sustainable food? Where is it in Hobsons Bay?  Download the guide here, or visit this page for buying, sharing and eating out locally.

FRUIT AND VEGIE SWAPS  The next Altona Fruit and Vegie Swap is Saturday 10th of May at Logan Reserve, Pier St. The Williamstown Fruit and Vegie Swap is also 10th of May at the Williamstown Library (under the golden elm).  The Newport Fruit and Vegie Swap is Sunday 18th of May at Newport Lakes.  All three swaps are from 10:30 to 11:30am. 

Chat online in a Facebook group.  Or search within Facebook for 'Transition Hobsons Bay'.

Want to loan our Fowlers preserving unit?

YOUTUBE - Check out our channel.  Latest clip - Fruit and Vegie Swaps.

GROUND TO GROUND Coffee grounds are great for the garden! Cafe's that are part of this project will give you their used grounds. Here's a map of where to find them.

RECYCLING GUIDE -- Don't throw it out! This is our comprehensive guide for recycling just about everything.  Contribute any additions, updates or corrections here.

ABOUT PEAK OIL - Have a read of THB's 2011 paper on peak oil and our response to dealing with it.

LOCAL HARVEST - helping you find good food close to you.  THB is proud to play a part in developing this resource.

GET IN TOUCH - Drop us a line on transitionhb@gmail.com

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