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Transition Howard County is part of the international Transition movement that is focused on building better communities.
We look at all aspects of local sustainability and resilience. Click on the links in the navigation bar on the left to learn more about what we are doing in those areas and how you can be part of the solution.  Learn more about Transition Howard County, including easy ways to live more sustainably, and check out the Infographic on Transition.

 
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Upcoming Events!  

We will be having a Skill Sharing event in Columbia in partnership with the Time Bank on March 25 from 1 - 3pm.  

We will be having our first Repair Cafe in conjunction with GreenFest on April 22 from Noon til 2pm. People visiting the Repair Café can bring broken items from home such as toasters, lamps, clothes, toys, or electronics.  Repair Café volunteers will evaluate the items and fix as many of them as they can for FREE.  Volunteers will also be available to provide resources and answer questions about repairs on items that are too large or not possible to bring in, such as plumbing or large furniture. 

By promoting repairs, Transition Howard County wants to reduce waste and help people save money.  And repairing things can be a lot of fun! If you have broken items to bring to the Repair Café, please fill out the repair form here.

For information on the Repair Café Foundation, please visit Repaircafe.org. This foundation provides support to local groups around the world wishing to start their own Repair Café.



Recent Events!
Transition Howard County celebrated it's 5th Anniversary with our annual potluck party in Ellicott City on Sunday, January 29th from 2 - 5PM.  Thanks to everyone who helped us celebrate!  

On January 12 we showed Racing To Zero at Miller Library.  It is a quick-moving, upbeat documentary presenting new solutions to the global problem of waste. The film follows San Francisco's innovative efforts towards achieving zero waste, dramatically reducing the city's carbon footprint. It examines our society's garbage practices in terms of consumption, preparation, use and production, and discovers some amazing solutions.