Transition Whatcom

Rev. Meredith Ann Murray's Groups (9)

  • Transition Film Series

    36 members Latest Activity: Nov 27, 2014 Featuring Films About Energy Issues and Building Community Resilience

  • Coworking Community

    21 members Latest Activity: Jan 12, 2014 We are a community of entrepreneurs, freelancers, consultants, telecommuters, and other location-independent workers who seek to brainstorm,…

  • Community Living

    68 members Latest Activity: Jul 8, 2016 Transition Whatcom's Great Unleashing "Community Living Working Group" welcomes all to share ideas, inspiration and resources for Co-housing,…

  • Economic Evolution

    30 members Latest Activity: Jan 5, 2016

    We are the economic working group that formed at The Great Unleashing. Our purpose is to create a sustainable, healthy and universal alternative…

  • Transition Whatcom "Work Group" Hub

    61 members Latest Activity: Feb 16, 2014

    The initial hub for information sharing as we establish the Transition Whatcom Work Groups that will begin to develop at Day 2 of The Great…

  • Transition Columbia

    28 members Latest Activity: Jan 26, 2014 We are organizing a group people in the Columbia neighborhood who are interested in gardening, work parties, sharing resources and building…

  • Community Asks and Offers

    145 members Latest Activity: May 17

    Exchange goods & services. Post an offer or make a request. The value of the exchange is determined mutually by the people making the trade.…

  • Heart and Soul

    78 members Latest Activity: Nov 12, 2016 An opportunity for us all to work together and support each other on Heart and Soul issues and activities. Please add your projects, events,…

  • Music and Dancing and Stories, Oh My!

    19 members Latest Activity: Jul 17, 2014 Within this group are several 'baby groups' - technically called 'disussions'. The idea here is to hook people up that share interests and passions…

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