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Terry Wiggins
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  • Milwaukee, WI
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"Mad City Chickens": First Friday Film at First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee at First Unitarian society of Milwaukee

April 6, 2012 from 6:30pm to 9pm
See Mad City Chickens, the documentary that weaves together multiple stories and contextual issues on city chickens and their keepers.  From leading experts to urban newbies, experience the humor and heart of what's fast becoming an international backyard chicken movement.  Now that it's legal to keep chickens in Milwaukee and some suburbs, this is especially relevant to us.April 6, 2012$5 suggested donation -- pay what you canFree snacks & socializing, 6:30-7 pm, Film at 7pmFirst Unitarian…See More
Mar 25, 2012
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Fourth Friday Film "Homegrown" at First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee

February 25, 2011 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
"The REEL Social Justice Series" shows Homegrown: Ever wondered what it’d be like to live like “Little House on the Prairie” in the 21st Century? Thisfilm is an intimate human portrait of that reality. It follows a pioneering family who transformed theirPasadena, CA single-family home into a micro farm. On a third of an acre — while living off the grid — the Dervaes family harvests over 6,000 pounds ofproduce, makes their own bio diesel, powers their computers with the help of solar panels,…See More
Feb 10, 2011
Terry Wiggins posted an event

Fourth Friday Film "Homegrown" at First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee

February 25, 2011 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
"The REEL Social Justice Series" shows Homegrown: Ever wondered what it’d be like to live like “Little House on the Prairie” in the 21st Century? Thisfilm is an intimate human portrait of that reality. It follows a pioneering family who transformed theirPasadena, CA single-family home into a micro farm. On a third of an acre — while living off the grid — the Dervaes family harvests over 6,000 pounds ofproduce, makes their own bio diesel, powers their computers with the help of solar panels,…See More
Feb 10, 2011
Terry Wiggins's event was featured

Third Thursday Theater Environmental Film Series: "No Impact Man" at First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee

April 15, 2010 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
It’s the 40th anniversary of Earth Day this month. Let’s do something about it. Turn of your TV! Stop shopping! Eat a local carrot! Get on a bike! Put a moratorium on litter!And join us for an action-oriented screening of No Impact Man at Third Thursday Theater on April 15.This film takes a seriously engaging look at one man’s decision to put his money where his mouth is and go of the grid for one year—while still living in New York City—to see if it’s possible to make no net impact on the…See More
Apr 7, 2010
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Third Thursday Theater Environmental Film Series: "No Impact Man" at First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee

April 15, 2010 from 6:30pm to 8:30pm
It’s the 40th anniversary of Earth Day this month. Let’s do something about it. Turn of your TV! Stop shopping! Eat a local carrot! Get on a bike! Put a moratorium on litter!And join us for an action-oriented screening of No Impact Man at Third Thursday Theater on April 15.This film takes a seriously engaging look at one man’s decision to put his money where his mouth is and go of the grid for one year—while still living in New York City—to see if it’s possible to make no net impact on the…See More
Apr 7, 2010
Terry Wiggins is now a member of Transition Milwaukee
Jul 2, 2009

Profile Information

Why are you interested in the Transition movement?
It's important that, with many of "resources" at or near peak, we learn to think of them as "relatives." People need to relate to earth differently, and we must start this transition where we are. My husband and I own a house that's new to us, and we've moved to Milwaukee to be near family and, we hope, part of a sustainable community.
How are you currently involved in the Transition movement?
Being new to Milwaukee, I've only attended a couple of meetings so far.
What skills, talents, and resources do you bring to the Transition movement?
I'm fairly organized and detail oriented.
Organizations you belong to that might collaborate with Transition
First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee
Schlitz Audubon Nature Center
Urban Ecology Center
Riverwest Co-op
UWM -- we belong to the Klotsche Center, the gym.

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