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Earth Gardens: Edible-Medicinal-Wild Habitats (Permaculture Network)

Network-People Caring for the Earth, Sharing Knowledge, Creating Work-Exchanges & Event, Learning from the Earth, Studying Ecology, Bio-Dynamics, Indigenous Wisdom, Organic, Sustainable, & Permaculture methods & applying

Location: Cascadia Bioregion - Bellingham & Beyond
Members: 216
Latest Activity: Jan 25

Welcome Earth Garden Friends! . .New members enjoy listening in & reading our current discussions & comments.

Together we are working towards Ecological Restoration 

 and Local Nourishment In Our Community & Homes.

 -  * Creating Edible Forest Gardens  * -

 All are Invited to be a Community Volunteer at many of the home-garden work-groups & work-parties.

 

Earth Gardens...Network: People Caring for the Earth, Sharing Knowledge, Creating Work-Exchanges & Events; Learning from the Earth, Studying Ecology, Bio-Dynamics, Indigenous Wisdom, Organic, Sustainable, & Permaculture methods & applying this to our local communities. 

 

Info/Resources for New & Seasoned Member, please review this Discussion:

http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/group/organic/forum/topics/member-info-events-links

 

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All are invited to receive an excellent locally relevant email
called "Garden E-News
", that is compiled & created with volunteer time by Shannon Maris.   Each email contains a current list of the many local garden activities & work-parties that our local community creates.   Pass on your event or info to her & request it be included in her next email.

  -  See You in the Garden or Around the Fire Circle! . . . . . . (HK 12/13/10)

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Comment by jasmin liepa on June 19, 2012 at 10:41pm

wow....dandelions are soooo beautiful......thanks J.C.Walker for great info and sharing....

Comment by J. C. Walker,Jr. on June 17, 2012 at 8:14pm
Comment by J. C. Walker,Jr. on June 17, 2012 at 7:48pm
Comment by Heather K on April 24, 2012 at 2:34pm

Garden (work) Party followed by a home cooked meal each Tuesday in spring!  http://www.sustainablebellingham.org/   Join in the fun!

Work & Dinner is a great way to come together as community!

Garden or Farm Host can be in a city or rural country!
Bring your work-gloves & tools, raingear, and your own plate, bowl, utensils!
 
To schedule a date to host a Garden (work) Party at your place, email Jean at artiseverywhere [at] yahoo [dot] com, or email: volunteer (at) sustainablebellingham.org .   Thanks to Jean K for taking the scheduling lead this year!
 
View each weeks garden host location at Sustainable Bellingham website: http://www.sustainablebellingham.org/    .
*     *     *     *    *   .
April 24 is at Koelle's garden in B'ham Lettered Streets- http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/events/sb-roving-garden-party-4-2...
May 1 is at Danielle's garden-http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/events/sb-roving-garden-party-5-1...
Last week's host made grilled salmon & vegetables!!  Hungry yet?  Get to work in a garden & join us on Tuesdays this spring!
Comment by Heather K on April 24, 2012 at 2:29pm

Whatcom Plant Sales & Swaps listed - http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/events/spring-fever-whatcom-plant   Search for that rare plant or your edible plant starts!   Add your own updates or follow the events page to be notified of sale dates.

Comment by Stephanie Davis on April 20, 2012 at 9:35am

Does anyone have a Scarlet Monkey flower and/or Yellow Monkey flower plant they would like to divide? I'm planting a bird and bee garden in a wet mostly shady area. Any other suggestions would be helpful.

Thanks!

Comment by Jamie Jedinak on April 13, 2012 at 11:47pm

~ So fun Heather!  Yeah!

Comment by Micah & Bonnie on April 13, 2012 at 8:38pm

Heather Welcome home! I hope you had a wonderful and warm winter! I would enjoy heading down there with you next week. What is the best way to coordinate? 

Comment by Heather K on April 10, 2012 at 1:34pm

Honeybees + Mason Bees + Bumble Bees are awakening!

 Fruit blossoms needing pollination have begun to bloom!  Remember to Not mow your first bloom of dandilions, as they provide early food for  early emerging native bees, along with blooming mustards/brassicas. 

Want to learn more?  I'll be heading down to Burlington to pick up some Italian honeybees (Apis mellifera) in a week or so (4/15-4/20).  I also hope to find the some Hawaiin queen nucs & Carniolans. 

 If you are intersted in riding down to Burlington with me to pick up the bees let me know. http://bellevillebees.com/burlington-wa-crop-pollination-bees.htm   Best way to reach me is get your phone number to me by phone text message, or leave comment on my TW message page, or in person.  You can also come to the Beekeepers club meeting as my guest this weds pm 4/11.

http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/events/mt-baker-beekeepers

 Spring Plant sales & workshops are being posted on this event page: http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/events/spring-fever-whatcom-plant

 

Gratitude to All who made our 3rd annual Community Seed Swap a success again!  “Seeds Into The Hands of the People”. http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/events/bellingham-community-seedswap

 

Spring blog reading on Walter's blog posts: http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/profiles/blog/list?user=3uiwzsnej... and also

Celt's blog posts: http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/profiles/blog/list?user=0a99ghcin...

Comment by David MacLeod on March 31, 2012 at 7:21am

Chris, are any of the variety of apples you are offering good keepers?....store long into winter?

 

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