One of the project groups taking shape is called Nature-Friendly Yards, focused on making our private spaces more ecologically friendly. This is a free event open to anyone with an interest in creating a nature friendly yard, but it does … Continue reading Native plants presentation with Eva Durance
We’re about halfway through our exceptionally popular climate action program now. Save the date: April 29th will be our one-day Action Fest to decide on projects to include in our plan! Continue reading Climate action program update (It’s going great!)
Check this list to find out what’s new in the list of recyclables in Kamloops! Continue reading New items added to City’s recycling program
Resilience: it boils down to the ability to “just keep going.” Climate change presents a particular challenge for us: it’s so hard to see how our puny individual efforts are worthwhile. But that’s where collective action comes in. Together, with everyone pitching in, we can do what needs to be done. Will you join us in building climate resilience for Kamloops in 2023? Continue reading Building resilience: A call to action
The next Repair Cafe event will be a Children’s Edition, focusing on children’s items (clothing, toys, stuffed animals, baby furniture, etc.) on Sat Nov 26th at the North Shore Library from 10 am to 3 pm. There will even be … Continue reading Repair Cafe: The Children’s Edition!
Part of what we do at Transition Kamloops is build community connections by shining a light on good work done by other local organizations. We’ve long been superfans of the Kamloops Food Policy Council’s work, and their latest series of … Continue reading Shoutout to Kamloops Food Policy Council for the Food & the City series