Meeting was held at Bea Collier’s house.  Thanks Bea!

Attendance of 9 (see meeting minutes sent by email for names

Main Discussion tops was sustainability presented by Diane Blust – member and advocate of Sustainable Reston.

See below for topic links.

Other discussion   (open topics)

Treasury

Neighborhood Directory – Stephaine & Heather  discussed how we might start to gather information on a community directory

Bunko events -Heather raised the idea of holding Bunko evenings.  In efforts to get to know each other

Meeting

adjourned at 8:15

Sustainability Resources

Richard Heinberg explains the situation and walks us through what he’s doing at his home:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cl8ZHDQQY7I&feature=player_embedded

Richard Heinberg:  The End of Growth

Richard Heinberg, ed:  The Post Carbon Reader

Bill McKibben:  Deep Economy and Eaarth

Rob Hopkins:  The Transition Handbook

Nan Chase:  Eat Your Yardhttp://eatyouryardbook.com/

Rosalind Creasy:  Edible Landscaping, http://www.rosalindcreasy.com/  (Creasy has several additional books in her “Edible…” series – some available at Fairfax County Libraries.)

Dave Jacke:  Edible Forest Gardens

Sustainable Reston:  www.sustainablereston.org

Sustainable Reston Forum:  www.sustainablerestonforum.org

Transition Network:  http://transitionculture.org/

Transition Staunton-Augusta:  http://transitionstaunton.org/

Transition Voice (on line magazine):  http://transitionvoice.com/

Association for the Study of Peak Oil:  http://aspo-usa.com/

Post Carbon Institute:  http://www.postcarbon.org/

Ecolocity:  http://www.ecolocity.org/

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