Sari Steuber

Sari Steuber

Sari Steuber is a member of the initiating group of Transition Town Media (TTM), which started in 2009, and has been part of the core group since then. She was the team manager of a software development team at a firm in Philadelphia before retiring in Jan 2008. After touring the US on a tandem bike with her husband, Pat, she came back looking for a worthwhile project for her retirement years and serendipitously found TTM just as it was forming! Sari has been involved in many aspects of TTM since then, both administrative and project-oriented, including a Solarize campaign, a town-wide composting program, a low-interest loan program for small businesses, a FreeStore, and Zero Waste and Inner Transition groups. Starting in 2011, she was an initiating member of the regional hub of Mid-Atlantic Transition Towns, MAST (Mid-Atlantic States Transitioners) and has been active with the national hub (Transition US) as well. Sari finds Transition work enlivening on many levels – intellectually, practically, and spiritually.

Are Transition Towns Our Key to a More Beautiful Future?

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The Transition Town movement has given me hope where I could not find any before. I’m referring to a network of grassroots community groups that aim to increase self-sufficiency, resilience and localization to reduce the effects of climate/environment destruction and economic instability.