Shock-Resistant Housing Workshop in State College

The going’s getting tougher every day. Rising fuel and food costs, collapsing public treasuries, governmental paralysis.

Central Pennsylvanians are already tough. So let’s get going, together: building physical and social buffers from those price shocks; strengthening our homes and neighborhoods; and supporting our families and friends.

Join Transition Town State College on Wednesday, March 23 at 7 p.m. for an in-depth workshop on how rising energy costs are already slamming Centre County communities and how we can work together to soften that impact – from short-term, practical steps like home insulation to long-term strategic town/gown/farm planning – and everything in between.

Bring your worries and questions, your ideas and hopes, your friends and neighbors. Meeting starts at 7 p.m. at the Friends Meetinghouse, 611 E. Prospect, and will include a brief presentation followed by small group discussions.

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