Changing our Cityscape

The Community Garden at Holy Nativity is a pretty garden that grows lots of food. At the Environmental Change-Makers, we believe local food – grown in the city, where lots of people are – is one of the routes to food security for the new future.
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Change-Making Projects

The Environmental Change-Makers have built two community gardens.   and laid the groundwork for the motion to make L.A. a GMO-Free Zone.  Founded in 2005, and busy ever since, ECM launched the international Transition movement’s presence in Southern California.  ECM is currently part of a coalition which is building food gardens on church properties throughout Southern California. A...
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Exploring Economic Change

The Environmental Change-Makers help each other to understand and participate in wiser and more fulfilling economic relationships.   We are involved with many projects related to the new economy, both locally and on national and international levels. We view the new economy as one which is post-carbon, post-petroleum, post-consumerism.  That means it is necessarily post-growth, and...
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Changing our Lifestyles

Composting, rainwater harvesting, and sharing “the good bugs” with kids can be lots of fun.  As we move into the post-petroleum era, these healthy lifestyle habits are key ingredients to a peaceful transition.   The Environmental Change-Makers are a circle where you can get support in making lifestyle changes. Got questions about which fruit tree to buy?  How to deal with aphids in an...
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