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Fruit Tree Pruning Workshop at Birchwood Neighborhood

March 9, 2014 from 10am to 12:30pm
The workshop is now full. You can still call if you want to be added to the waiting list in case someone cancels.Travis Dickson, formerly with Bakerview Nursery, and now Raindance Landscaping will lead this hands on fruit tree pruning workshop in the orchard of David and Angela MacLeod, in the Birchwood neighborhood.Learn the differences in pruning for Apples, Pears, and Peaches.How to deal with mature trees and overgrown trees.We'll talk tools, sharpening, and Travis will demo some of his…See More
Mar 3
Ginny Winfield and Celt M. Schira are now friends
Aug 9, 2012
Ginny Winfield is now a member of Transition Whatcom
Jan 6, 2011

Profile Information

How are you currently involved in the Transition?
No
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
I am interested in self-sustaining communities, good gardening practices, open sharing of information, and lifelong learning.I started the Lummi Island Gardeners Network and am constantly in transition myself. I was a Master Gardener in CA and am currently a Whatcom Co. Master Gardener. I was also part of a Community Skills Bank in Ashland, OR (many years ago) and helped start the Ashland Community Co-op in 1971.
Do you have particular interests, skills, talents or resources you would like to bring to Transition Whatcom?
I would like to learn more about sustainable gardening practices.
In what neighborhood or part of the county do you reside?
Lummi Island
Where did you hear about Transition Whatcom and how did you find our community network website?
I was contacted this week by Wynne Lee, here on the island, about helping with a seed swap. She sent me two links (lummi Locavore and Transition Lummi), which led me to Transition Whatcom. I have heard about Transition Whatcom, but have been settling in from my CA transition and not thoroughly focused on all the groups that are working for sustainable communities and food growing.
Please note that you do not have to answer all of the above questions in order to join, and you can always come back later to edit your profile. If it's all too many questions for now, please provide a short answer below on why you'd like to join this site (or a summary of the above, if answered).
Interested in sustainable agriculture, communities, and lifelong learning

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