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Gretchen Mead
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  • Milwaukee, WI
  • United States
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Why are you interested in the Transition movement?
Transition to a post-oil culture is inevitable. The Transition Movement is the way to make it happen without disaster for future generations.
How are you currently involved in the Transition movement?
I am part of The VIctory Garden Initiative which encourages and helps people grow their own food to create a sustainable food system.
What skills, talents, and resources do you bring to the Transition movement?
I am a vegetable gardener, community organizer, addictionologist, group facilitator, food preserver, and am in the process of learning how to make many of the foods that my grandmother knew how to make.
Which topics within Transition most interest you, and what are you most interested in getting out of your involvement in the Transition Movement?
Food system issues and behavior change interest me most.
Organizations you belong to that might collaborate with Transition
The Victory Garden Initiative
Your website
http://thevictorygardeninitiative.com

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2nd Annual Great Milwaukee Victory Garden Blitz

Hello Transition Milwaukee,
We are in the planning stages on the 2nd Annual Great Milwaukee Victory Garden Blitz, where we inspire the planting of gardens throughout the city.


This year we have a contest to install one garden for the winner. 2nd runner up will receive a garden installed by VGI volunteers, with the owner providing the resources.


We need all the help we can get! Please contact me at gretchen.mead@gmail.com or…
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Posted on March 18, 2010 at 2:41pm

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Hi Gang - wondering who got this blog entry?

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At 7:23am on June 11, 2009, Joy Letourneau said…
I'd love to read through a Transitions handbook. gotta know the rules before you can break them ;-D
At 8:57pm on June 10, 2009, Joy Letourneau said…
thanks for inviting me to join/ to follow the thread below, edible flowers, such as nasturisms are great too. and teepees for runner beans w morning glory (not edible), but beautiful! I like the crazy tall onions w the free-form stalks--great visually!
At 10:51am on June 10, 2009, Mai Phillips said…
Hi Gretchen:

Yes, marigolds are good.
At 10:50am on June 10, 2009, Mai Phillips said…
Hi Gretchen,

Sure, I will be happy to help out. I will be gone the rest of June beginning this weekend. I will be back in July.
At 9:56am on June 9, 2009, Mai Phillips said…
Hi Gretchen,

Sure, I can explore that--what exactly are they doing in that board? I have been working on "beautifying" vegetable garden by growing both food and flowering plants that might be more amendable to the reluctant people. I think that people tend to associate the food producing gardens as unsightly and not at all pretty. It can be made to look pleasing to the eye by planting annual flowers in between the vegetable patches. This way we are practising polyculture--good against disease and pests and we get to nourish our bodies with the food and our mind with the flowers.

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