Transition Toronto works locally to improve communities and inspire change.  Here are a few of our projects.  

If you're interested in volunteering with these or other projects, get in touch with us to let us know.

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TreeMobile

TreeMobile delivers and plants food-bearing trees, shrubs, and other perennials to improve local food security, reduce food miles, reforest urban communities, and create delicious food.  TreeMobile has its own website here, which functions as the TreeMobile online store in winter and early spring.

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EcoFair At the Barns

With partners Green Neighbours 21, Transition Toronto organizes and hosts the annual EcoFair at the Barns.  EcoFair at the Barns is the largest volunteer-run EcoFair in Toronto, having hosted thousands of attendees.  The EcoFair features exhibitors, workshops, interactive activities, and films that educate attendees on options for more sustainable living.  

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H.E.E.T. - Home Energy Efficiency Team

H.E.E.T. visits homes and community buildings to both implement energy efficiency measures and advise on further measures that could be implemented.  H.E.E.T. events are both educational and social.  If you're interested in joining the team or hosting an event, get in touch.

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Alternative Currency -The T-Note

Many Transition Towns create local currencies, and for good reason.  Local currencies keep money in the local economy and can challenge the conventional-currency resource-consumption system.  Transition Toronto is developing the "T-note", and the project could use your help.  Let us know if you're interested in joining.