gardening, home food processing/storing, basic permaculture
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
We need to share resources and work together to avert a global train wreck.
Do you have particular interests, skills, talents or resources you would like to bring to Transition Whatcom?
Interest in gardening, edible landscapes, seed saving, some time for volunteer work.
In what neighborhood or part of the county do you reside?
Happy Valley, Bellingham
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I'll send you an invite to a couple of the networking groups on this ning site that are related to gardens & seed-saving. Last year a small volunteer group created the winter Community Seed-Swap & we hosted speakers for International Seed-Savers Day at Village Books. The upcoming dates we are tenatively looking at our Jan 16 for combo art & seed speakers at Bloom cafe, and Jan 31st for seed-swap. (I'll be in town for the 16th but gone for 31st)
Hi Gail! Welcome to our local transition ning-site!
Many of us are garden-mentors or new gardeners and love working in each others gardens!
The second local seed-saving swap of the year is coming up this weekend!
There are some gardener groups on this ning site,...and someday I'm betting there will be a Fairhaven/HappyValley & beyond neighborhood group site!