There will be a free information session on the international transition movement and transition surrounding the province in Charlottetown.
The session takes place at 7 p.m. in the Farm Centre on University Avenue.
The transition movement is happening in thousands of communities across
the world. It is a community-led process, to grow towns and cities stronger and happier by building resilience to address the global challenges of peak oil, climate change, increasing energy costs, economic instability and resource depletion.
Robert Larsen, a student from SIS, will speak about the work he and his classmates did in Prince County by planting approximately 1000 native trees.
The public is invited to attend this first of three sessions to be held at the Farm Centre.
For additional information visit www.peifarmcentre.com/events.