Everyone has a share. BUGS is dedicated to assisting with the design, implementation, and ongoing maintenance of the urban food revolution, not neglecting its parallel educational opportunities and responsibilities.
Location: Greater Bellingham
Latest Activity: Jul 8
Started by Tiffany Marie Geaudreau Jul 8.
Started by Joy Patterson Apr 28, 2013.
Unfurnished ~ Room for rent [10x12] with private bathroom. Non smoking. Includes wifi, utilities, garbage/recycle service. ~ 2 bdrm, 2 bath home on 5 acres and a view of Mt Baker from the garden; 10 minutes from I-5 freeway and Sunset. I am 52 year old single woman, no children with a small dog that is a friendly service animal to my elderly clients, plus two cats. I love to cook/bake and preserve foods, am independent, enjoy people but also cherish my quiet/private time, and an avid gardener and textile artist. We will share a fully furnished living room, kitchen, laundry and the land. The landowners live up the hill behind the house. There is woods right out the back door for strolling and hanging out in, spaces for hammock, chaise lounge and lots of gardens. It is a peaceful place and a quiet place to study. I work varied hours and I am seeking a financially stable non-smoker who would like to live in the country and loves animals. There will be fresh berries next summer and plenty of room to grow veggies, fruit and flowers. Love of gardening a plus, but not required. First, last and damage deposit is $300; no onsite storage or other pets (small pet okay - fish, bird, reptile, etc). If interested: please tell me about yourself, give me a phone number for phone chat/skype, please share a photo or two+ if you can and what about my ad is of interest for you! :) Thank you, Jamie and the critters....
FREE ORGANIC COMPOSTED (and composting) HORSE MANURE. No antibiotics, dewormers, herbicides, etc. Bring a truck and shovels and load it yourself! Or if you want a large amount, schedule it with us and we can load it by tractor for $30. Call Chris at 961-9028 or Mark at 739-5881.
BUGS folks- we would love to have your presence at the First Annual Whatcom SkillShare (and Barter) Faire this September. Please consider coming and maybe showing faire-goers how to plant some cool container gardens, or something urban-y and garden-y! Check it out at www.whatcomskillsharefaire.org.
I've got lots of strawberry plants that are free for the taking. I need to clear them out soon so I'll be posting on craigslist this soon... they'll go fast after that. 733-2515
Sounds good : )
Hi Roseanne ~ I have a garden for you. Give me a call sometime when you would like to go check it out. There are a couple of options. -Chris 778-1759
Hi...looking for a place to start a garden in the spring.
The Farm Implement Co-op is founded on the idea that small scale urban and rural farming is impeded by startup and maintenance costs of equipment and these costs could be minimized by collective ownership. We believe that a Farm Implement Co-op will simultaneously help to strengthen our local food supply and create local sustainable jobs.
We have set a meeting date for the 18th of May please RSVP at email@example.com
Hope to see you
Also check out a new article in the Bellingham Co-op's newsletter about the Farm Implement Co-op. Juck click on May 2011-page 6. http://communityfood.coop/resources/newsletter%20archives.html
Check out what Parker is doing to help funsraise for the urban gardening movement in BUGS!! Any and all help is always appreciated.
"My name is Parker and I am studying Environmental Planning at Huxley College of the Environment. I will be running the San Juan Marathon on June 5th and decided to use this opportunity to give back to Bellingham. Bellingham Urban Gardens is a non-profit organization that aims to, “promote, sustain, and advoc...ate for urban agriculture in Bellingham through education, garden support, community action, and making local healthy food accessible.” I will be raising money for Bellingham Urban Gardens to support the urban food movement in my local community. If you wish to donate to this organization for the San Juan Marathon, please use the information below.Banner BankAccount name: Parker Worthington Fundraiser AccountAccount #: 3503259920Donations can be made at any Banner Bank branch or mailedPlease mail checks to the following branch:1600 Cornwall AvenueBellingham, WA 98225 Thank you for your time and support, -Parker Worthington
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