Engaged in Transition work in Maple Falls, Whatcom County
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
In the 1960s my mother read Rachel Carson's "Silent Spring" and since then our family (in Sweden) has been actively engaged in social change and environmental work. I worked many years in Findhorn Foundation, Scotland and there I learned more about ecology and living in harmony with nature.
Do you have particular interests, skills, talents or resources you would like to bring to Transition Whatcom?
Writing articles, newsletters and press releases.
In what neighborhood or part of the county do you reside?
Where did you hear about Transition Whatcom and how did you find our community network website?
In early 2009 I attended a talk by Rick and Cindi, at the Bellingham Institute of Noetic Sciences. I found the talk truly inspiring.
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Guys, this rocks.
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Brita, You asked me to let you know when the next Goshen potluck is - I hope you can come this Saturday at 6:30 at Peter and Lorraine Holcomb's. The address is 2332 E. Hemmi Road. Coming down from Kendall area, take a right onto Cedarville Road immediately after the bridge at Nugent's Corner. Follow Cedarville and it will turn into Goshen Road and then turn into Fazon Road. Cross over Fazon and you'll be on Hemmi and just another 1/2 mile to 2332. If you have questions, give me a call at 319-4266 or 966-7470. I look forward to seeing you. Virginia Malmquist
Hi Brita! Thanks for writing up the notes from the last TW meeting at the RE Store. It was good to see you there! I hope you'll consider attending again this Wednesday...and I'll try to get my body out of the garden and there also.
I've sent you a TW friend request that allows for easier communication sharing online, that should be somewhere on your personal page after signing on to the site.