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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  http://www.fourthcornerexchange.com

Location: Whatcom County
Members: 145
Latest Activity: on Tuesday

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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

6 days left to find a home share

Started by Patricia Herlevi on Monday. 0 Replies

There must be a space in a sustainable home in Bellingham for me and I have 6 days left to find it and move into it.  I'm looking to share a house with healers, artists, and sustainable folks for 6…Continue

Apples and Pears need to be Gleaned (Fairhaven)

Started by Margo Terrill on Sunday. 0 Replies

Kathy H asked me to put out the word. She has apple and pears falling off the trees at her home at 1802 Larrabee Avenue. She is too busy to harvest and would love it if folks would come glean.If you…Continue

Offer: FREE: Mature Corn Snake to good home

Started by Margo Terrill. Last reply by Margo Terrill Aug 16. 1 Reply

Hey all you herpetologists. We love our corn snake, Mikey. Mikey is an awesome snake and would like to be handled, (gently and deftly) regularly for exercise. We find we are not handling Mikey as…Continue

rooster

Started by Alys Kennedy Aug 12. 0 Replies

I have a lovely young (nearly four months old) who needs a good home.  This a very friendly rooster who was raised by a hen and handled a lot by me.  He is black and white mottled, a mixture of…Continue

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Comment by Shannon Maris on January 15, 2011 at 5:57pm
Please spread the word!

The rental unit attached to my house at 1905 Larrabee Ave. will be vacated at the end of January and will be available for new tenants in early February.

The space is about 800 sq. ft. It has a modern IKEA custom kitchen, which is open to a large dining and living room, and has a high ceiling. It has one bedroom and a loft, bamboo and tile floors, one bathroom with shower, and large shared yard, with options to garden. Space includes dishwasher, clothes washer and dryer.

Price is $900, plus $450 damage deposit. Price includes all utilities.

To view, discuss or  for questions, contact:

Wendy Scherrer
1905 Larrabee Avenue
Bellingham, WA 98225
h-360-715-2993
c-360-319-9518
bluegreen.northwest@gmail.com
Comment by Charles Kelm on December 19, 2010 at 5:24pm

Lady Hamster has a cow.  You can too!  Or a quarter or a half!  2nd generation Bellingham grass fed cow.  She will be processed on the 21st, and age for about 3 weeks.  The cost is $1.75 a pound to the farmer, $.55 a pound average to the butcher, Kaiser Meats, for custom cut and wrap.  The other cost is the kill cost, which last year was $70.  If you take a quarter of the animal, then you would pay a quarter of that cost, etc.  I'm getting 1/4 of one of her two cows.  There are 4 quarters left as of today.  Write her at: hamsterfarm@hotmail.com

Comment by Jamie Jedinak on December 12, 2010 at 1:03am

here is the Fedco seed catalog pdf

 

http://www.fedcoseeds.com/forms/sds33_cat.pdf

Comment by Celt M. Schira on December 1, 2010 at 11:14am
Garden Kit Project 2011 Sign up or sign up someone you think would benefit. Free garden kits in two sizes: container/square foot garden, regular. Originally begun as way to provide seeds to beginning gardeners, marginal income gardeners, students, and children with adult supervision, garden kits are for anyone who is gardening in small spaces. Designed to provide a long harvest in the Fourth Corner. Garden kit comes with two free tomato starts.
Seed for kits is saved, swapped, donated and purchased. Volunteers are welcome to help clean seed and pack the kits. Sunday afternoons 2:00 - 4:00 in January and February, please first (360) 756-8957 to sign up for a garden kit or volunteer to help with seed cleaning. Donations cheerfully accepted.
Thank you to all the 2010 volunteers and donors, who packed seed for 45 kits, 5 charities, 2 school gardens.

Heirloom tomato, pepper and herb starts for sale April-June. Proceeds fund garden kits. Pre-order to reserve particular varieties.
Comment by jasmin liepa on November 28, 2010 at 12:28am
I'm interested as well...will wait for final price with taxes etc....
Comment by Laura J Sellens on November 27, 2010 at 12:49pm
Wow, I'm pleased at all the interest in home-scale oil production. This all came, by the way, out of a free sample of Bija pumpkin seed oil at the Co-op last week. Bija is a Canadian company that has a plant in Lynden and makes a variety of oils from Whatcom County stock (wherever possible).

I think what I'll do is call on Monday to find out about fees/taxes/shipping, thanks Shannon for the idea, and that might influence whether one big group order would be best or if other groups of 4 should form. If you want to put it in your e-news, Shannon, that would be fine. At the least I can inform people. Send them to laurasellens@gmail.com. A working link to piteba: http://www.piteba.com/

To everyone who has expressed interest, thanks! I think I'll give this post another week or so, to see if anyone else expresses interest or anyone from the e-news, and then I'll contact you to make a plan.
Comment by Angela MacLeod on November 27, 2010 at 10:20am
Ah....thank you. I should have looked closer.
Comment by Charles Kelm on November 27, 2010 at 10:08am
Angela - the link works if you chop of the last two letters "if". Yes, it does nuts - one of it's specialties. There is a site just over the border in Surrey that sells these for $189, so this is a good deal.
Comment by Shannon Maris on November 27, 2010 at 9:41am
Laura
I would be happy to post your offer of a group purchase for the oil press in the Garden E-News - if that is OK with you - let me know.

Shannon
Comment by Angela MacLeod on November 27, 2010 at 9:37am
Laura, Regarding the expeller press....your link didn't work for me. I'm curious about the equipment but not ready to go in on a purchase. Thanks for finding this. I've been wondering what a low tech method of oil extraction would look like. Do you know if it works on nuts? Or what is the range of things that you can extract from?

I'd think that Brian and Alexandra at Inspiration Farm would be really interested in this equipment.
 

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