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Community Asks and Offers


Community Asks and Offers

Exchange goods & services. Post an offer or make a request. The value of the exchange is determined mutually by the people making the trade. Consider also

Location: Whatcom County
Members: 145
Latest Activity: Sep 8

How to Participate

Please click on "Add a Discussion" (at bottom of Discussion Forum section) to Ask for something you want, or to Offer something you have to trade or sell or give away.

Once the exchange you initiate is completed, please come back and remove the original post by clicking on the small 'x' to the right of your discussion.

Discussion Forum

Detox Foot Bath with Infrared Belt

Started by Heather Harmony Aug 16. 0 Replies

Model MDF-201P A1 2X Power Detox Foot Bath Package Purchased from for $380, we have only used this a few times and are…Continue

Peaches and Zucchini

Started by David MacLeod Jul 31. 0 Replies

Price reduction on our peaches: $1.00 for best quality, and .50 for slightly bruised.  Steeper discount for bulk purchase, and we're open to trade/barter.  Today and tomorrow may be the last days…Continue

Peaches, Zucchini, and Green Beans

Started by Angela MacLeod Jul 30. 0 Replies

We've just opened the "MacLeod Garden stand" in front of our house at 3215 Cherrywood Ave., Bellingham.We have small amounts of peaches, zucchini, and green beans.The peaches are $1.50 each…Continue

Wanted: Land For Rent, to park tiny house and garden

Started by Tiffany Marie Geaudreau Jun 30. 0 Replies

I'm helping my mother, Celeste, find a new place to live.  She sold her house in Spokane and is Moving to the Bellingham area and set up her tiny house in a Long-Term Rental situation.The Tiny House…Continue

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Comment by Molly Fogelsong on March 11, 2012 at 10:38am

Hi Chris we have a frig you could have it is old but works. I have no way to get it to you. veggies or eggs would be nice but not required. We are in the Laural district. Tell me what you think

Comment by Chris Wolf on March 10, 2012 at 11:14am

Hello friends... There are several things we need as we are starting our small farm business here at Riverhaven: (1) A refrigerator for storing eggs, (2) A 10x10 foot collapsable canopy for using at the Lynden Farmer's Market, and (3) Some long collapsable tables for setting up at the farmer's market. We would appreciate donations of these items to support our new local farm, or could trade you veggies and pastured eggs, and/or some cash if you require that. Thanks! -Chris Wolf and Krista Rome

Comment by Jean Kroll on March 7, 2012 at 7:12am

Looks like the coops have been "adopted", much to the delight of the person who unwillingly inherited them!

Comment by Sandy Hoelterhoff on March 6, 2012 at 8:18pm

We are just about to start building a coop and would be interested.

Comment by Jean Kroll on March 4, 2012 at 9:02pm

Anyone seeking a chicken coop?  If so, I'll put you in touch with someone who has one to give way (there might be two of them)

Comment by Jamie Jedinak on March 2, 2012 at 9:55am


MOVING SALE - Life DOLLARS accept too!

WICKER Shelves - METAL Shelves -

Comment by Jamie Jedinak on March 2, 2012 at 9:52am

~~~~~~~~~ OH and I'm moving this weekend so I need it to go FAST!!  :)

Comment by Jamie Jedinak on March 2, 2012 at 9:52am

SEARS X-Cargo car top carrier FOR SALE - $75 or LD's if you have Fourth Corner Exchange

~ Works well and now I have a truck, so no place to use it!

756-9919 Jamie

stored in cool dry place up high.

Get ready for an adventure!!


Comment by Mary von Krusenstiern on February 20, 2012 at 9:05am

I have CSA shares for sale.  My farm is called Neighborhood Harvest and is located in Bellingham.  Pick up your produce in the Columbia, Lettered Streets, and Sunnyland Neighborhoods.  You can also pick up on my main plot on Rural Ave or get your veggies delivered to your door or workplace.  Payment plans available.  To sign-up for a share and learn more about me and my farm, visit

Comment by Angela MacLeod on February 12, 2012 at 12:52pm

Are you a gardener with questions about gardening? Do you enjoy learning by doing hands-on work along side someone who is knowledgeable rather than using a book?

Consider the C.I.A.: Citizen Involved Agriculture at Inspiration Farm. We are designing this project to give newish gardeners and farmers some hands-on experience working with a knowledgeable farmer - Brian Kerkvliet - at his farm just north of Bellingham. In addition to what you learn directly from working at the farm, there will be time to ask your specific gardening questions. And as crops become ready to harvest, participants will get a share of it.

There is no charge for participating in this project. But we would like a group of people who are enthusiastic and can commit to coming to most of the weekly work sessions from March through September. That's just one 2.5 hour work session per week. (It's possible to make special arrangements for those who are serious about participating but can't make all the weekly sessions.) For our farmer, it is best to have a group of motivated workers whom he can rely on to show up at the scheduled time and give some good energy to the farm.

Read more  'CIA: Citizen Involved Agriculture' at the events section:
If you would like to ask questions or sign up to participate call Angela at 733-3541

More about Inspiration Farm:


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