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How are you currently involved in the Transition?
growing a garden, living in a yurt.
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
Fairhaven College grad, lifelong environmentalist, I enjoy connecting with Nature and would like to keep some of it around. I am becoming increasingly interested in growing food for myself and my community.
Do you have particular interests, skills, talents or resources you would like to bring to Transition Whatcom?
Writing for and about Nature, gardening as influenced by Masanobu Fukuoka and permaculture ideals. Medicinal plants, trail building.
In what neighborhood or part of the county do you reside?
in a yurt on the Mt. Baker Hwy. / in a house in Fairhaven
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Masanobu Fukuoka – A Natural Farmer

Posted on April 15, 2010 at 10:17am 4 Comments

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Masanobu Fukuoka – A Natural Farmer

By David Pike, April 2010…

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Interview with Larry Korn

Posted on April 15, 2010 at 10:00am 8 Comments

* Apologies for the lack of formatting in this interview. The Ning site unfortunately will not preserve spacing and formatting when publishing blog entries.

Larry Korn is a soil scientist, agricultural consultant…

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Summary of Wendell Berry; The Unsettling of America, Culture and Agriculture

Posted on October 31, 2009 at 3:43pm 2 Comments

Just finished reading “The Unsettling of America, Culture and Agriculture” by Wendell Berry. His writings make so much sense as to make a complete mockery of what commercial agriculture has become in our modern age. I doubt anyone has done such a thorough job of explaining just how deep the erosive fissures run in industrial agriculture, or “agri-business” as it is known in his book. He weaves together the failed policies and practices of the “get big, or get out” era of farm consolidation… Continue

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At 5:51pm on November 27, 2011, Heather K said…

Happy Birthday David!  Seed swap in planning stages for 3rd or 4th weekend of Jan...We are looking for a new location.  Most likely we'll need help setting up tables & chairs & takedown too.

I'll be traveling with my tent & garden hand tools to warmer lands from Jan-March!  Give a call if you come to the islands!

At 12:43am on November 12, 2010, Heather K said…
David, hope to see you this Sat at Inspiration Farm for autumn seed-swap/barter fair!
At 7:05pm on November 1, 2010, Brian Kerkvliet said…
sure David come on by and get some garlic. I will be home all this week.
Brian
At 5:05pm on August 27, 2010, Heather K said…
Hey David, sure anytime today, Fri, if our schedules flow for bringing home hoe & book. (phone). I plan to drive to Fruit Fest in Skagit Sat am in case you want to carpool. I hope to be back in time for event at Ground Floor at 5pm...room in car for about 4 of us.
At 12:58pm on August 11, 2010, Christie Cassel said…
Well heck yes! Dumpstah Funk yeah. Bought their set for $5 - almost 2 hours - the best funk show I've ever seen... how was your Meltdown?
At 11:18pm on August 9, 2010, Heather K said…
Hi David, I've just changed our group name to:
"Earth Gardens: Edible-Medicinal-Wild Habitats
(Permaculture Beyond Organic)".
I'll be sending out a comment on the site soon...I'd sure like your support/encouragement though its a super busy time of year!
At 12:58pm on May 27, 2010, Christie Cassel said…
Nice profile pic. It's very expensive. Photographers make twice what models do, so you can subtract the $20,160 from the $40,320 and send me $20,160. As you can see, I take my own profile pictures ; )
At 7:26pm on May 26, 2010, Christie Cassel said…
ha ha Don't know if you're joking or serious. Probably both! Well, i can take it down if you want, but i think it's a good one. I didn't know it was going to be in the slideshow rotation, gez! opt out?
At 1:44pm on May 22, 2010, Krista Rome said…
Hi David,
I'm going out to the farm today to check on the beans. But last year they took forever to come up (it was dry) and I planted them late, so I wouldn't worry about it too much. I'll give you a report. Are you moved yet? I was trying to coordinate getting you and Heather out to my fields but it's too chaotic to coordinate with others...maybe when my crazy census work schedule is over in a few weeks.
At 3:43pm on May 19, 2010, Heather K said…
Just composted my Tyfon cover crop out at sandies and put in tomatoes. the cover crop looked awsome! (but no buckwheat seemed to have sprouted & I thought I'd planted some). I'm sensing some of my buckwheat seeds are not very viable.....I"m understanding now how important the actual mix of seeds is in the seed balls... we really needed to have somthing that not only could act as nurse crops, but also grow fat root in the soil....next seedball fling for sure will scrounge some radish or tyfon to add to mix...I've not yet done my second toss....Let me know about the hulu hoe, or if you need a loan of the broad fork in the future.
 
 
 

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