I am a member of Students for Sustainable Food at Western. I just helped out with The Perennial Project. Our club bought three fruit trees and planted them!
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
I think it has always been the time to bring communities together to support each other with food, clothing, pottery, houses etc. rather than rely on our government and corporate America whose interest is not in Bellingham. Transition is a great medium to bring people together for this cause.
Do you have particular interests, skills, talents or resources you would like to bring to Transition Whatcom?
I love to create functional pottery. I love vegan cooking and baking. I have experience cooking and baking for an inn and helping to cater a couple weddings. I just learned how to plant trees. I am willing and wanting to learn more!
In what neighborhood or part of the county do you reside?
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I want to be involved in the transition
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Thanks so much for the invite to yoga! I may or may not be able to make it this Sunday, because my mom needs some help that day. But if at all possible I will be there. Please keep me in the loop for future ones as well.
It was so great to meet you at the 350 Day planting event. I was really impressed with SSF for showing up and pitching in money to buy more fruit trees. I look forward to working with you guys on other great projects in the future. As I told Anthony, I hope your group will consider me an off-campus ally and call on me if you need my help or my Transition Whatcom connections.
--Chris Wolf (phone 360 961 9028)