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David Waugh
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  • Bellingham, WA
  • United States
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David Waugh's Discussions

Four Degrees of Devastation

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Waugh Nov 19, 2009. 10 Replies

Transportation Issues

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ellen Barton Dec 15, 2009. 37 Replies

 

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Angela MacLeod commented on David Waugh's group Sustainable Transportation
"I'm looking for help tuning up my bike. It's in pretty good shape so it probably just needs the basics checked, oiled and tightened? Also a tire check up. I'd like to do a trade if we can find something mutual. 733-3541"
Mar 10
Angela MacLeod joined David Waugh's group
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Sustainable Transportation

This sustainable transportation workgroup is forming with the collective energy and enthusiasm toward making transportation in and around Bellingham and Whatcom County more sustainable and friendly.
Mar 10
Hank Kastner joined David Waugh's group
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Sustainable Transportation

This sustainable transportation workgroup is forming with the collective energy and enthusiasm toward making transportation in and around Bellingham and Whatcom County more sustainable and friendly.
Jun 18, 2013
Lara Knowlton joined David Waugh's group
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Sustainable Transportation

This sustainable transportation workgroup is forming with the collective energy and enthusiasm toward making transportation in and around Bellingham and Whatcom County more sustainable and friendly.
Jan 15, 2013
Molly Fogelsong joined David Waugh's group
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Sustainable Transportation

This sustainable transportation workgroup is forming with the collective energy and enthusiasm toward making transportation in and around Bellingham and Whatcom County more sustainable and friendly.
Mar 25, 2012
David Waugh might attend Gary Bachman's event
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Bellingham Cohousing Community Open House at Bellingham Cohousing Community in Happy Valley

February 26, 2012 from 1pm to 3pm
Event DescriptionBellingham Cohousing Open HouseThe members of Bellinhgham Cohousing Community welcome their friends, neighbors and other intersted folks to visit and learn about living in a cohousing community.We are a neighborhood of privately owned residences in a condominium setting that share many common facilities including community kitchen & dining, laundry, guest rooms, large shop, exercise room, hot tub, BBQ, gardens & orchards, children's play room, outdoor swings & play…See More
Feb 13, 2012
David Waugh is attending Chris Wolf's event
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Pruning Overgrown Fruit Trees at 4445 Northwest Rd, behind the old buffalo farm

February 26, 2012 from 10am to 12pm
Come to a hands-on workshop about pruning fruit trees at an orchard where there are large trees in need of help. There are a variety of mature trees that have been left unpruned for 4 or 5 years. Here's a rare chance to problem solve and actually work on trees in the real orchard environment. Our teacher will be Travis Dickson, who has been pruning fruit trees for 12 years and has taught many classroom style seminars about pruning theory. Come prepared for any weather, and bring your saws,…See More
Feb 13, 2012
Jesse Corrington joined David Waugh's group
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Sustainable Transportation

This sustainable transportation workgroup is forming with the collective energy and enthusiasm toward making transportation in and around Bellingham and Whatcom County more sustainable and friendly.
Nov 13, 2011
Hun Wynn joined David Waugh's group
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Sustainable Transportation

This sustainable transportation workgroup is forming with the collective energy and enthusiasm toward making transportation in and around Bellingham and Whatcom County more sustainable and friendly.
Sep 26, 2011
David MacLeod commented on David Waugh's group Sustainable Transportation
"Don't forget...Bike Bellingham / 350.org event today! See Events page for more info.   Also, coming up soon:   The City of Bellingham’s Transportation Commission invites the public to a special presentation about walking &…"
Sep 24, 2011
Kathleen Heft Nolan joined David Waugh's group
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Sustainable Transportation

This sustainable transportation workgroup is forming with the collective energy and enthusiasm toward making transportation in and around Bellingham and Whatcom County more sustainable and friendly.
Sep 12, 2011
Michael Taylor Smith commented on David Waugh's photo
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Squalicum Beach Sunset

"Nice shot!  "
Sep 7, 2011
Jaren Hoppe-Leonard commented on David Waugh's group Sustainable Transportation
"Rob,   Are you familiar with http://www.everybodybike.com/ ? You may already know about them but if not I think they would be a good group to work with! I was involved in one of their bike rides early this summer and they were pretty…"
Aug 28, 2011
warren miller commented on David Waugh's group Sustainable Transportation
"Subject- Bike Project Planning Meeting This Thursday   If you are interested in helping with a project to create more Bike Friendly Businesses in Bellingham (and Whatcom County) please join us on Thursday Aug 25th from 6:30 to…"
Aug 23, 2011
Rob Olason commented on David Waugh's group Sustainable Transportation
"350.org has launched a 2011 project set for 9/24/2011, called "Moving Planet" with a website at www.moving-planet.org. In Bellingham, a project has risen up called "Bike Bellingham" which will feature family friendly bike rides…"
Aug 22, 2011
Michael Olney joined David Waugh's group
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Sustainable Transportation

This sustainable transportation workgroup is forming with the collective energy and enthusiasm toward making transportation in and around Bellingham and Whatcom County more sustainable and friendly.
Aug 15, 2011

Profile Information

How are you currently involved in the Transition?
Helping to spread awareness of peak oil and climate change and the reasons why a transition is needed. I help out with whatever events I'm able to help with.
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
I see the need for our society to use less oil and other resources not only because of the limits imposed by nature but also to try and achieve sustainability into the future and at the same time improve the health of the environment. The Transition model has always looked like a great way of doing this on a community-wide scale.
In what neighborhood or part of the county do you reside?
Silver Beach
Your Personal Website (if you have one)
http://www.dwaughphoto.com
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I love being a part of a true community, which includes helping out for the good of everyone.

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At 9:16am on May 2, 2011, Katarina Bunge said…
Hi! Yep, I completely understand - I was just going through the member list looking for people I knew. Glad to find you!
At 6:53pm on July 3, 2010, Heather K said…
Hi David! Fine to return the borrowed books to me when you get back in town!

Would you send your dad, Chuck Waugh an email invite to our Transition Transportation group? I read in email from Rick D that he was willing to lead the group, but I don't see him on our TW site yet.

I've just returned from a nature conference outside of Twisp WA. After being on the dry side its so very lush coming back home!
At 5:54pm on May 13, 2010, Juliet Thompson said…
Hi David,
I thought you might be interested in attending the workshop at Inspiration Farm on Saturday on using scythes. It's a good deal for a workshop, and you get to go hands-on with the scythes with Brian's support.

Hope you can go, Juliet
At 12:00am on March 5, 2010, Juliet Thompson said…
Hi David,
What a lot to explore!
The Northwest Cooperative Development Center is asking for grant proposals by March 31st...here's their latest newsletter with the request, plus information about other coops including some forest-based coops. Feel like doing some MORE writing? NWCDC Winter Connections.pdf
At 6:48pm on February 25, 2010, Kate Clark said…
David-
ON the What is TW page, could you add this under that blurb I already sent you?

The MISSION of Transition Whatcom is to:

1) Explore and then follow pathways of practical actions that will reduce our carbon emissions and dependence on fossil fuels;
2) Rebuild our community's resilience, that is, its ability to withstand shocks from the outside, through being more self-reliant in areas such as food, energy, health care, jobs and economics;
3) Inspire and support the communities and neighborhoods of Whatcom County as they establish Transition Initiatives at these local levels; and
4) Coordinate a county-wide, citizen led Energy Descent Action Pathway by creating a collective 20 year vision of Whatcom County.

THANKS!
At 6:36pm on February 16, 2010, Heather K said…
Hey David! I was remembering how you & I both attended the city's computer mapping day. I think it would be great if we could have somebody from the city mapping department be present with their computer at the Great Unleashing Event.
I was visioning that we could also have a few tables at the event to share among all the grassroot garden-farm-food grassroot volunteers & groups that are local.
I'm working with Amy from Seattles www.urbangardenshare.org to add whatcom onto their online gardeners-gardenspace share program. Would you be willing to track our process and help out as needed in just a small way?

I also wanted to ask if you would be interested in pursueing have the city mapping folks & computer be present at the Great Unleashing...it would be great to have their table next to some of the garden& food tables...

I hope all is well. If you are looking for more garden space...please post a note on the new discussion GardenShare discussion so Amy will have more proof as she requested of the demand in our region.
Thanks for all that you do... I hope some of these ideas I"ve shared will resinate with you too.
At 3:44pm on December 18, 2009, Morgan said…
Hello David,
It has taken me a while to get back to you. I am recovering from an ankle surgery and am down in seattle for the tme being. I would say that there will be space for 4 or 5 prints of yours in the show. The planning mostly consists of calling artists and sending out emails. I still need to find a resource for lighting and portable hanging walls. Most of the local artists I call seem really jazzed about the event. I hope that it will help us all to see what we are capable of creating together, right here in our community. If you would like to put any energy and creativity into the event, in whatever way you feel inspired to, just let me know. Or perhaps you know of others that maybe have such inspration as well. I hope you are well David,
Morgan
At 12:04pm on December 10, 2009, Alys Kennedy said…
David, I think it is wonderful that you are offering information/education on biking. That said, I have to ask you, is there some way that biking could be made to work for older or disabled people or people who live in the county where biking in the normal way would not be feasible could be implemented? and, in all kinds of weather...as, I know that I could not, and I know there are others like me, bike even a few blocks, especially in this cold weather, as biking stands at present.
At 11:08pm on December 8, 2009, Juliet Thompson said…
Wow, I hope that works! Thanks for your efforts and talk to you soon.
J
At 10:19pm on December 3, 2009, Juliet Thompson said…
Hi David,
Sorry bout the delayed response. I agree with you, that size of shovel should be close to perfect. The width of Red Cedar bare roots can be 6" wide, but are generally around 3 to 4 inches. Sometimes the roots stretch out to 18" long. There's not much to be done about it, except for cut off the longest roots or do a double dig.
 
 
 

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