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Bonnie Borucki has been a member of Transition Berkeley since 2011 and active in helping to organize crop swaps, movie nights, and panel discussions on urban agriculture, alternative economies, and moving beyond cars. She is currently the chair of the Berkeley Climate Action Coalition Land Use Group.
Bonnie received her PDC form Merritt College and has taught gardening classes with elementary students and seniors in assisted living facilities. She is also an artist and graphic designer, designing plans for permaculture landscapes. Merging her longtime interest in connections between people, plants and pollinators with her community, Bonnie currently coordinates activities and workshops in the Ashby Community Garden and is a founding member of We Bee Gardeners. The mission of We Bee Gardeners is to support our local urban community by improving the soil and providing pesticide-free habitat for birds, pollinators, plants, and humans.
2015 Convergence Panel: Transition 101: State of a World in Transition