Happy St Andrews Day – let’s celebrate our amazing biodiversity!

HAPPY ST ANDREWS DAY, EVERYONE! To celebrate, we are very proud to share with you James Montgomery’s incredible video of this year’s event AND a link to the updated annual report (below)! Please do check them both out and re-live the wonderful 48 hours from June – you might spot yourself! Many thanks again to […]

A good salsify harvest!

Autumn Garden Update – There’s still delicious food to be had and lots to help with!

This post is written by Seth Nolan-McDonough, a first year studying Psychology, Social Anthropology, and Ancient History. Seth has been a keen garden volunteer, spoiling us with different species of chilies, and helps with general Transition publicity.  As the days get shorter and the cold sets in, we unfortunately no longer have the delicious tomatoes, […]


Tackling Food Waste

What do you do with your food waste? Transition is looking to help households and residences in St Andrews that currently cannot separate their food waste from landfill. Most of these households are flats in the centre of town and we are interested to know what they currently do with their waste and whether they […]


Out with the old, in with the new

This post is written by our Research Facilitator. Katherine has a PhD from the University of St Andrews in the Department of Geography and Sustainable Development. You can find more about her research on her website and Katherine tweets as@Ellsworth_Krebs. Email her at   Those who have stopped by 7 Woodburn Place in the last […]