Follow the links below to get all the details, or Click Here to download a well formatted, conveniently
packaged "TGU At A Glance" Word document to see all of the
important info about Day 1 of the Unleashing.
Unleashing: An Overview
General Description of the event, and an "at a glance" outline of
the sessions on Day 1.
The Pedal Powered Parade
Come be a part of the pre-event parade on Saturday morning!
Speakers: Rob Hopkins, Trathen Heckman, Vicki Robin, an...
Read their bios, see their photos, and learn what they'll be
Sessions: All the Details
Full details of who, what, when and where for the breakout sessions
on Day 1. We have a long list of local movers and shakers
presenting: Celt Schira, John Rawlins, Alex Ramel, Linda Quintana,
Kim Bauer, Cyndy Sheldon, Francis Ayley, Whatcom County Elders,
Brian Kerkvliet, Paul Kearsley, Dyana Fiediga, Seth June, Laura
Leigh Ridenour, David MacLeod, Dr. Frank James, Stephen Trinkaus,
Dillon Thomson, Cameron Murphey, Max Wilbert, Thia Riddle, Kendall
Hardy, Makena Henriksen, Jim McCabe, Chris Wolf, Gigi
Berardi-Allaway, Fred Berman, Walter Haugen, Kathryn Fentress, Ann
Gunderson, Robert Ashworth, Anders Carlson-Wee, Channing Showalter,
Rick Nicholson, Tom Anderson, Rick Dubrow, Wain Harrison, Jackie
Lynch, Carl Weimer, Preston Burris, and Brian Carpenter.
Music and food are important. Dana Lyons, Jan Peters, Burke
Mulvaney, Youth Jazz Band, and more!
Read all about the exhibits and exhibitors.
An Overview of Day 2
This is the day when the real work of Transition Whatcom will
begin. We encourage everyone who has a strong interest in
Transition to prioritize attending Day 2 of The Great Unleashing.
It could be among the most important time spent of your entire
We couldn't put this event on without our sponsors. Please express
your thanks to these generous companies and folks!
See the article on The Great Unleashing in the 3/31/10 edition of Cascadia Weekly (p. 8 of this pdf file):
See the article on the Great Unleashing by Rick Dubrow in the March 2010 issue of Whatcom Watch: http://www.whatcomwatch.org/php/WW_open.php?id=1159