Genetically Modified Organisms have a potentially disastrous impact food resilience, seed saving, and overall health of our food system. Lets work to prohibit GMOs within Whatcom county and toward labeling laws on food containing GMO ingredients.See More
The weekly Transition Tea is an opportunity to get together with other Transitioners to explore topics related to Transition, ask questions of the Operating Group, find ways to get more involved, learn how to navigate the ning site (!), and generally hang out with like minded people over a cup of tea or coffee, please come. More info on the way. Check out the discussion group here:…See More
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!
Cascadia Seed-Savers- Sharing & Saving Our Seeds, Educating Ourselves on the importance of regional seed-saving, Resisting corporate/laboratory bred GMO seeds, & Promoting Events for community food-security.See More
The POST PEAK OIL HEALTH CARE group is meeting on Mar. 21st (a Sunday) from 1pm until 3 at The Community Food Co-op’s Connections Building. I am attaching some links to some websites that will give us a good start on understanding the issues of healthcare in these uncertain times. I found them to be very informative and inspiring:http://sustainablemedicine.org/2009/07/peakoilandsustainablemedicinepart1/…See More
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Botanist, horticulturist, farmer, animal husbandry, horse trainer, native plants and plant medicines, background of several generations of farmers, ecologists, natural historians who have been born, raised and lived in Whatcom county
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