A group dedicated to studying books related to Transition issues - developing knowledge in the Head that can be put into action by the Hands or reflected on, providing encouragement and motivation from the Heart.See More
All Reskilling (and Barter Faire) fanatics- arise! We need to get the ball rolling on a big, old fantastical, all-around resilience-building and hugely fun people’s faire to beat all faires. This will be the First Annual Whatcom Transition and Barter Festival, (or whatever we end up calling it)...so be a part of birthing this amazing community event! Just show up at the Bellingham Community Food Co-op Connections Building at 1220 North Forest, from 6-7:30 pm on March 15. Bring your ideas, your…See More
Join master furniture maker, Eberhard Eichner, at The RE Store to learn tips and tricks in building freestanding bookshelves from thrifty materials like cabinet doors, salvage molding and reclaimed hardware. The FREE workshop takes place on Saturday, January 7, 11am-2pm at 2309 Meridian Street. More info at www.re-store.orgSee More
BACKYARD BEANS & GRAINS PROJECT WORK PARTIESHAND HARVEST AND THRESHING TECHNIQUES FOR GRAINS AND DRY BEANS Learn how to hand-harvest and thresh grains and dry beans, important crops for year-round local food security. Work parties to support the Backyard Beans & Grains Project will be held every other Wednesday afternoon during harvest/threshing season. Each week will focus on different crops as they become mature in the field. The cost is free: we will share our knowledge and…See More
Thanks for posting this important piece. I appreciate all the insightful comments as well. I think visioning can be included, and I think Tris's important concerns can be addressed.
Without a staff and budget,…"
"What a wonderful video! Thank you for posting it.
In a TWOG meeting recently we were talking about how what we are really trying to create in TW is a new culture, and a pathway from here to that culture. This video speaks to what came to me at the…"
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
I want to make a difference and prepare my family for the future.
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I'd like to sign up for some of the workshops
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