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Ok Folks! Take Note! I have created a list of every food I could think of that helps me to eat locally year-round here. I suspect I could b…

Started by Krista Rome

25 Jan 11, 2017
Reply by Penny Chambers

Roving Garden Party - March 24th

ROVING GARDEN PARTY ~  March 24th ~ 6pm Where: 5463 Noon Rd ~ just a few driveways north of Smith Rd ~ Watch for parking signs!! Parking w…

Started by Jamie Jedinak

0 Mar 15, 2015

Global Dimming Caused By Chemtrails + Ph Changes Caused by Aluminum Spraying Screws With Food Security

All Gardeners: Please read this article about Global Dimming  We must all learn about weather modificat…

Started by John Hammell

1 Oct 15, 2012
Reply by John Hammell

invitation to join the planning group for the Whatcom Food Network

Hi folks, re: planning for a food security summit, I've been working with a small group to plan the formation of a food network in Whatcom…

Started by Laura R.

19 May 8, 2012
Reply by Penny Chambers

A new book on backyard food gardening

I want to mention a new book out on Skipstone (Mountainier Books), "Food Grown Right in Your Backyard" by Colin McCrate and Brad Halm of Se…

Started by Patricia Herlevi

0 Apr 23, 2012

Chicken Brooders

A local chicken farmer recently opined about having  to order chicks from out of state as mail delivery is hard on the chicks. She wishes s…

Started by Shirley Jacobson

2 Oct 8, 2011
Reply by Laura R.

Paper on food security with Native Americans

In 2007 I enrolled in the World Hunger class at North Seattle Community College.  I wrote a paper on food shortages which lead to change of…

Started by Patricia Herlevi

0 Sep 8, 2011

Local Food Security Programs for Low-Income Folks

Since I moved to the area (Skagit), I have kept up with various farming and self-reliance food projects in Whatcom.  Two that grabbed my at…

Started by Patricia Herlevi

0 Aug 26, 2011

Seed Banks

One of the biggest and most important seed banks in the world is at risk of being paved over by a private housing development. http://www.b

Started by Shirley Jacobson

0 Apr 19, 2011

Herbicide in compost kills many vegetables

The aminopyralid issue is nationwide. I feel that this is a food security issue since this herbicide stunts or kills many of the vegetable…

Started by Angela MacLeod

0 Apr 1, 2011


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