Please join us Friday Oct. 14th, for Transition Whatcom's first Election Forum.Location: Whatcom County Council Chambers, 311 Grand Avenue, from 7:30-9:30pm. We will host candidates for Whatcom County Executive (Doug Ericksen and Jack Louws) and Mayor of Bellingham (Kelli Linville and Dan Pike). This will be an opportunity to ask questions of candidates that are important to Transitioners. TW is not a political organization and does not intend on endorsing any candidates.*TW sees a real need…See More
A Transition Whatcom Heart & Soul Event!Kathy McMahon, aka 'The Peak Shrink' is coming to Bellingham! In her words:As we’re bombarded with alarming headlines on a daily basis, how do we find the sane space between Doom and Denial? Is there a place for wit when we examine the major challenges of our lifetime: economic depression, environmental degradation, and energy depletion? Is blind optimism itself, a diagnosable mental disorder?With humor and insight clinical psychologist Kathy McMahon…See More
A Transition Whatcom Event!The local 10-10-10 event begins at 9 a.m. on the steps of Bellingham City Hall. Live music, info booths and speakers get us started, with Bellingham Mayor Dan Pike planting our first tree in the Bellingham Public Library grounds at 10:10 a.m. Then we load up bike trailers with our assembled plants and head to the schools to plant the new additions to the school gardens. Bring your energy and enthusiasm, and a shovel if you can!We will be planting at Alderwood,…See More
We are neighbors living in South Hill, Happy Valley, Fairhaven, South, and Chuckanut Bay. We are interested in promoting Transition projects in our community, and we support the Center for Local Self Reliance in reaching its goals.See More
The food growers at Bellingham Cohousing invite their neighbors to join in a potluck to meet and network about local food growing. Will have tours of gardens, composting, chickens, orchard, bees, edible landscape, raised beds, vermiculture and more.See More
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Hey Kathleen- Happy Day! Hope you are enjoying your birthday...if you're anything like me you'll be sure to use the day as an excuse to have large quantities of chocolate cake. Can I have cake for other people's birthdays too? Hmmmm....!