Transition Whatcom

Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

Working together to rebuild resilience in Bellingham and all of Whatcom County.

Birthdays

Members

Blog Posts

Weekly Newsletter Tuesday, Aug 19, 2014

Posted by Margo Terrill on August 19, 2014 at 8:30am 0 Comments

Get Involved!

Check out this weekends schedule at the SkillShare Faire. Find skills and learn them from a local sharer!

http://whatcomskillsharefaire.org/2014-schedule/ 

TW Featured Events

Today…

Continue

All the Peak Moment Videos Filmed at Inspiration Farm

Posted by David MacLeod on July 6, 2014 at 4:34pm 0 Comments

I'm starting to lose track of the Peak Moment episodes filmed at Inspiration Farm, so I thought it would be nice to see them in one place.  Visit peakmoment.tv and subscribe to see these consistently good series of interviews (and see if you can find the one filmed in my front yard).

I'm also hoping you will be inspired to consider attending the Permaculture Design course at Inspiration Farm coming up August 17-29th.…

Continue

Survive and Thrive with Permaculture

Posted by David MacLeod on July 4, 2014 at 6:36pm 0 Comments

Reblogged from my Integral Permaculture site. Be sure to see the comment at the end related to the local opportunity of a Permaculture course at Inspiration Farm in August (which will include, btw, admission into the Whatcom Skillshare Faire/Northwest Permaculture Convergence).…

Continue

Open Source Everything

Posted by J. C. Walker,Jr. on June 19, 2014 at 10:44pm 1 Comment

The man who trained more than 66 countries in open source methods calls for re-invention of intelligence to re-engineer Earth

Nafeez Ahmed

Thursday 19 June 2014

theguardian.com…

Continue

New Energy Report from IEA Forecasts Decline in North American Oil Supply

Posted by David MacLeod on June 5, 2014 at 12:29pm 0 Comments

Reblogged from my Integral Permaculture site.

National Public Radio’s “Morning Edition” reported this morning:

NPR’s Business News starts with the outlook for oil. This is a change of course – the International Energy Agency…

Continue
 

Welcome to Transition Whatcom's Community Networking Site!

This is a community networking site for those interested in helping us achieve our vision of resilient and more self-reliant communities throughout Whatcom County with a local food supply, sustainable energy sources, a healthy local economy, and a growing sense of vitality and community well-being.

About Transition Whatcom

See Transition Whatcom sponsored events here.

Did you know??

You can find other TW members in your neighborhood by typing your neighborhood into the search box on the Members page.

Transition Film Series

Provide your thoughts on what film TW should show next! Visit the group to add your comments.

Help the TWOG

Help with existing projects of the Transition Whatcom Organizing Group or suggest projects you are willing to help with! Join the discussion.

To learn more about Transition Whatcom, Start Here


We aim to unleash the collective genius of our community to find the answers to this momentous question:

For all those aspects of life that this community needs in order to sustain itself and thrive, how do we...

Dramatically reduce carbon emissions (in response to climate change);
Significantly increase resilience (in response to peak oil);
Greatly strengthen our local economy (in response to economic instability)?

The goal of Transition Whatcom (and all Transition Initiatives) is to create a long term Energy Descent Action Pathway, a blueprint- by the community, for the community- of how to significantly reduce energy use and yet provide for our basic needs in times of energy scarcity.

 

Transition Initiativesmake no claim to have all the answers, but by building on the wisdom of the past and accessing the pool of ingenuity, skills and determination in our communities, the solutions can readily emerge. Now is the time for us to take stock and to start re-creating our future in ways that are not based on cheap, plentiful and polluting oil but on localized food, sustainable energy sources, resilient local economies and an enlivened sense of community well-being.

 

To learn more about the issues, start here

(Why Transition, Peak Oil, Climate Change, Economy, Peak Everything)

Latest Activity

J. C. Walker,Jr. commented on Rob Olason's group 350.org workgroup
"Words, by their very nature have an inherent bias which when misused reduce qualities, quite sublimely, of notions originating from different paradigms to a disingenuous playing field. When the debate between Good Jobs is juxtaposed against a tacit…"
5 hours ago
Patricia Herlevi commented on David MacLeod's group Community Asks and Offers
"Looking for a spared room in a healthy home starting September 1st, even for a few days while I look for something permanent. If you have a spare room contact me at the Lakeway Inn, Room 422 or by e-mail, patriciacrowherlevi at gmail.com I…"
16 hours ago
Patricia Herlevi replied to Patricia Herlevi's discussion 2 days left to find a home share in the group Community Asks and Offers
"Update--living at a hotel for two days and will require a spare room at least for two weeks, but preferably for six months to a year.  I'm avoiding carpet and cats since I'm healing from a respiratory problem.  And I would love…"
16 hours ago
J. C. Walker,Jr. commented on J. C. Walker,Jr.'s video
Saturday
Karl Meyer posted an event
Thumbnail

Community Co-op Farm Fund Hootenanny Benefit at Firehouse Performing Arts Center

September 27, 2014 from 6pm to 9:30pm
The Hootenanny is back by popular request—join the fun and support local farms! Enjoy a wonderful Eat Local Month event featuring farm fresh munchies, live music and square dancing, a raffle and updates from local farmers—all to benefit the Community Food Co-op Farm Fund. 100% of the proceeds directly benefit food and farming projects in Whatcom and Skagit counties. $5 to $20 donation at the door.Eat local throughout the night (available by purchase): Homemade Firehouse Café chili; salad from…See More
Wednesday
Amy Vergillo posted an event
Thumbnail

Downtown Steward Safari at Sustainable Connections office

September 26, 2014 from 5:30pm to 7pm
Do you love downtown? Do you love delicious local food? How about our waterways?Join Sustainable Connections as we adventure downtown in a Steward Safari. This downtown tour will be showcasing local businesses taking action to make our downtown more vibrant, our community stronger and are helping to protect Whatcom Creek. During this tour you will:-Learn about the Downtown Improvement Gardens project -Find out what businesses are doing to make a difference for Whatcom Creek-See inside some of…See More
Wednesday
Karl Meyer is now a member of Transition Whatcom
Aug 25
Roseanne liked Brian Kerkvliet's group GMO Awareness and Action
Aug 25
 
 
 

Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

RSS

Loading… Loading feed

Badge

Loading…

© 2014   Created by David MacLeod.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service