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Transition Goshen

The neighborhood group for the Everson-Goshen area. We're gardening, raising animals, preserving food, working on energy and water independence and other projects for a more resiliant, self-reliant, sustainable way of life. Come join us!

Location: Everson-Goshen, northeast of Bellingham
Members: 28
Latest Activity: Dec 2, 2016

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Monthly Goshen Meeting

Started by Stephanie Davis Mar 3, 2012. 0 Replies

The Goshen neighborhood group will meet at John and Mary's for a potluck at 6:00pm on Saturday, March 10th.  Address is 2356 E Hemmi Road.  This is the drive right across from Holcomb's.  Questions? …Continue

Transition Whatcom Monthly Roving Workparty

Started by Laura J Sellens. Last reply by Peter Holcomb Nov 9, 2010. 1 Reply

Hi Goshen!I'm hatching a plan and I want to see what you think of it.  My vision is of a mobilized "swarm" that moves around the county as a monthly workparty.  Exercising this mobilized crew could…Continue

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Comment by Heather K on March 12, 2010 at 5:32pm
Hi Neighbors! We care for land within the Stewart-Squalicum Mt. Watershed (which drains into the Goshen area & beyond).
We're usually south of the Goshen-Rome-Harmony-Anderson Creek watershed neighborhoods in the Agate Bay-Carpenter Creek lands.

The land we care for has been in the family for two generations and is an evolving edible forest garden acre. Another seperate acre has room for more land-caretakers on a forested clearing and is a sweet site for bon-fires and hiking in the neighboring forests.

We are active in garden-work parties all over the county and are saving our resources so we can someday fulfull our dreams of more rainwater harvesting systems, solar hot-water, solar electric, & greenhouse.
We prefer to be unplugged and be nourished more intimately by the land & waters.
We are both experienced campers, hikers, navigators, and skilled with simple living & budget traveling. This year we will focus on continuing to plant more edible shrubs & trees, expanding the garden, and working with neighbors near & far. Come visit & share the abundance!
 

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