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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

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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 Angela MacLeod on April 8, 2012 at 11:47am

Scythe workshop: There is a workshop on scything with a master at a really incredible price...... in case any of you who are into scything what to increase your skills. Good for newbies too.  Go to the website and check it out. I plan to go to get fine tuning on my rudimentary peening and swinging skills.....

Comment by Jamie Jedinak on April 2, 2012 at 11:27pm

Rosie needs a new home ASAP!  Can you help us find her a new home?  She lives in Ferndale.

enclosed is the craigslist ad with the details ~  Many Thanks

Comment by Krista Rome on April 1, 2012 at 8:24pm

Anyone have a patch of comfrey I can steal some plants from? We want to plant a bunch of patches around fruit trees and for our ducks. Seems like a silly thing to pay money for since so many people have more comfrey than they want. 224-4757

Comment by Kristen McLewin on March 31, 2012 at 12:16am


This is great!  Please reserve five of each for me, if you have that many.  Let me know if you need a deposit.

Comment by Mark Thompson on March 27, 2012 at 2:38pm

Tree Planting.

Saturday March 31st we will be beginning our reforestation program at Camp Brotherhood.  We are looking for volunteers that will help us plant 400 trees in one day.  Our ultimate goal is to plant over 2000 trees.  We will begin at 9 a.m. and will provide lunch at 12:00.  Please RSVP by Tuesday the 27th so we can order food.  You can make a difference.
Thanks for your time,

Comment by Chris Wolf on March 26, 2012 at 1:27pm

Molly, I have been picking people's brains about raising pigs, since we may or may not this year on our farm. What people tell me is that feeding them is the most time and money intensive part of pig raising, most ended up driving to several farms and/or grocery stores every day to pick up leftover produce. We have been researching planting fodder crops (such as turnips, beets, rutabegas, kale, etc) and if you have enough space and moveable or electric fencing, you could let those crops grow and then run the pigs through them. Pigs LOVE to dig up roots and eat them. Also... author Joel Salatin writes a lot about raising pigs and using them for many farming tasks (ie: turning compost, sealing ponds) so I would recommend his books-- some of them available at our county library system.

I might come get that fridge from you this week!  If you could email me your address and/or phone #, my email is chrisandbella@yahoo, and my phone is 961-9028. Thanks so much!

Comment by Molly Fogelsong on March 25, 2012 at 9:46pm

Does any one know 1st hand about raising pigs? Have loved the ones I knew in the past but would love some present day comments or advise.

Comment by Mark Thompson on March 19, 2012 at 11:11pm

Calling all tree huggers!  I work for a non-profit and we are purchasing 400 seedlings for reforestation.  Our ultimate goal is to plant some 2000 trees.  Saturday, March 31st we will be having a tree planting party.  If you would be willing to help please contact me at We will be starting at 9am and lunch will be provided for those that RSVP by March 27th

One tree at a time,

Comment by Ro Donelson on March 19, 2012 at 10:20am

You might also want to try the grains blades for a Vitamix.

Comment by Angela MacLeod on March 19, 2012 at 5:34am

Does anyone have an omega or champion juicer that they have used to make nut butter with or to grind flour with? I have read that these masceration  type of juicers also grind. Before I buy one I'd like to know how well they work for grinding nuts or grains. I know they are good for juicing.

Also I'd be interested in borrowing an omega or champion juicer for a week to make juice. Can anyone loan me one?





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