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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: Aug 17

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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 www.mydetoxfootbath.com 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

Share Your Holistic and Sustainable Home with Mature & Hyper Responsible Woman

Started by Patricia Herlevi Jul 9. 0 Replies

Are you into metaphysical arts along with sustainable life practices, including a vegetarian non-smoking home? (Or if you're an omnivore a clean kitchen).I'm a writer (have contracts) and astrologer…Continue

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Comment by Shannon Maris on March 13, 2011 at 5:33pm

Alys

The fellow who taught the Chicken class at the Co-op (Farley) said the way to stop broody behavior is to put them in a screened cage with no bottom and hang the cage up... this unusual and uncertain perch eventually breaks them from brooding. This technique might not be agreeable to you, though.

Comment by Alys Kennedy on March 13, 2011 at 11:49am
HELP!!!!  I have a very dedicated broody hen who needs someone who wants to raise their own chicks!  I do not have the space/facility or time to do it myself, so I would gladly give her to whoever wants a broody hen.  She is a year old laying Austrolorp, and has a lovely personality, and she will make an excellent mother hen.  If you are interested please contact me ASAP.  Also, if someone on this site could also put a notice on the Facebook Chicken Club about her I would be grateful.  Alys
Comment by Rob Van Arsdale on March 10, 2011 at 9:55am
EARTHEN OVEN WORKSHOP
March 26, 11am to 4pm ~ Lettered Streets
We will be constructing a traditional earthen oven using locally sourced materials.   
Instructor:Rob Van Arsdale (earthenaccents.com)
Rob has been building and teaching regionally and internationally 
since 2004 and is experienced in a variety of natural building techniques
he will be leading the construction and answering your questions throughout the day
cost: $50.oo
This class is limited to 6 participants, so register today to hold your spot.
To Register: email naturallivin@yahoo.com with subject title
oven registration by March 20th

for more information about the class contact
Rob Van Arsdale 360-393-5135
Earthen ovens are thick walled to retain the heat of the fire which is cleaned out before baking, food is cooked as the heat is released into the chamber, the slow release of the heat creates a unique texture to breads calazones pizzas and other baked goods.   Earthen ovens have been part of village life for centuries, people would congregate to bake their loaves in communal ovens, meals were prepared and shared around these mounds worldwide, come be a part of the wood fired oven experience.
Comment by Laura J Sellens on March 9, 2011 at 3:17pm
Yeah, 12 of us got oil presses.  End cost $95, so far I've used it for hazelnut oil with good results and I heard one of our group had some trouble trying to process flax.  No tarriff, tax, or duty.
Comment by beau on March 7, 2011 at 10:13pm
Did any thing ever become of the oil press???
Comment by Irene Hinkle on February 16, 2011 at 10:05pm
Terese:  I have comfrey salve if Larry needs it now. My daughters and I make it every year.
Comment by Terese VanAssche on February 16, 2011 at 6:18pm

Hi Walter, Do you still have extra comfrey you can split?  Roots would be great so we can start some on our land.  Larry needs comfrey salve.

thanks

Terese

Comment by Rob Van Arsdale on February 13, 2011 at 1:29pm
Rob Van Arsdale of Earthen Accents natural building is offering FREE project consulting. Natural building methods like cob and straw bale can be used to create artful structures and installations such as benches walls ovens hearths kiosks obelisks outhouses hideouts offices cabins and coop's. Great for community building and nieghborhood events! contact Rob@earthenaccents.com or 360-393-5135
Comment by Charles Kelm on February 11, 2011 at 1:49pm
Looking for comfrey seeds and or roots.  Thank you very much.
Comment by Jean Kroll on February 8, 2011 at 3:32pm

Looking for old barrels, claw-foot bathtubs, etc., for container garden.

Thanks!

 

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