Transition Streets

Transition Missoula Presents Transition Streets Transition Streets  is a handbook for neighbors to use to build resilience together. Guided by a user-friendly handbook, you can join with a handful of your neighbors to read and discuss clear and easy actions you can take. This involves simple living, resource sharing and collaboration for resilience. Have fun, […]

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Future opportunities to become involved may include:   Read and discuss the Transition Handbook Raising awareness                                                                               […]


Transition is a movement and a place.  We rely on a community-led process that helps our city/our neighborhoods become stronger and happier.  If you have an event that helps move us move towards a more sustainable future together, please contact us to share it.

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  • Transition Streets For Missoula in 2015

    Transition Streets is a project proven to reduce the carbon footprint of entire neighborhoods and save hundreds of dollars on energy bills. Keep updated with our events on Facebook How Does Transition Streets Work? Here is their website link – A handful of neighbors get together for 7 meetings, during which they follow clear and easy […]

  • Missoula Time Bank in the news

    Missoula Time Bank Go to for information and to sign up . A Time Exchange for Missoula and the surrounding communities! From Arlee to Hamilton and Alberton to Potomac. The Missoula Time Bank is a service exchange which uses time rather than money. Members provide services for other members. They earn time hours, and spend them on […]

  • Education

    Education is clearly one of the principle areas of focus in transition. For many of us in transition we are seeking to raise awareness about important issues we believe will significantly influence our society during our lifetimes. Through a myriad of events we will gain committed support from the community to influence the necessary change […]

  • Local Food

    In Missoula, thanks to many dedicated individuals and organizations we are very fortunate to have a strong local and healthy food ethic. As our site and resources develop we seek to provide useful information about buying, supporting, and participating in local food initiatives. Inherent in the process of developing a healthy food system in Missoula […]

  • Economy

    In transition, we seek to understand how issues are framed within the greater economy. In order for Missoula to become a more resilient community against outside shocks such as energy insecurity or economic uncertainty, we believe our community should focus on developing and supporting a more localized infrastructure for the production and distribution of goods […]

  • Energy

    What would it take to shift our community away from our dependence on oil? Peak oil theory states: that any finite resource, (including oil), will have a beginning, middle, and an end of production, and at some point it will reach a level of maximum output as seen in the graph to the left. Oil […]

  • Transportation

    The Missoula Institute for Sustainable Transportation imagines: “Active walking and cycling cultures; extensive transit systems that run on renewable energy; bicycle station and car share options; safe and flowing vehicle movement; networks of greenway corridors that connect people and open space; an awareness and understanding of transportation issues and impacts.” Community Invited to Participate and Comment […]