April 13th $40 10am to 4pm -12 students Sell your weed whacker and pick up a scythe! Maintain your body not your lawn mower and weed whacker. Learn the sharper points of this elegant tool. Scythes are thought to be old school, but better blades and better ergonomics makes them one of the most efficient tools out there. Get your exercise and cut the grass at the same time. Learn what makes a good scythe, what to look for in picking a mowing outfit for your needs and how to properly maintain and…See More
"There are a couple interesting new things being hatched by activists at Power Past Coal: an investigation into creating a Municipal Energy district for B'ham as an alternative to PSE, and an effort to reverse the County moratorium on wind…"
No college or other affiliation needed. Artwork by Joanna Colbert and used with permission. Cost is $15 general, $10 for students/low income, and $10 per additional friend/family member. Here's the itinerary for today from our website which you can also view at www.wolfcollege.com:Parts of class will be spent outdoors, so please dress for the weather as we practice a series of hands-on skills. Instructors …See More
No college or other affiliation needed. Artwork by Joanna Colbert and used with permission. This class will also run from 2:30-4:30 at Village Books. The cost is $15 general, $10 for students/low income, and $10 per additional friend/family member. Here's the itinerary for today from our website which you can also view at www.wolfcollege.com:Before Class: Please arrive early in order to complete any registration information, view recommended books, and…See More
Join the Riverhaven crew in learning how to sharpen a variety of farm and garden tools from Expert Tool Sharpener Elmer Ortez. We will use our tools as examples, but feel free to bring a few tools of your own to work on as well. $5-$10 sliding scale. Please carpool if you can!See More
"Thanks Laura. I'm familiar with Jeff. I'll be getting my panels throught him. I found the person who can help me... Travis. I'm not sure why I didn't think of that right off. Sometimes I have a hard time seeing what's right…"
I am connected with Moveon.org; this organization is also researching ways to create a green economy, with green energy sources. We will be meeting at the end of the month to discuss methodology to move forward and educate the public.
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
See the above. We are in a crises situation with our energy sources, population, and the direction the economy is heading in. We need to make an about face, and we need to form a consensus on how to do this, or it will not work.
Where did you hear about Transition Whatcom and how did you find our community network website?