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Started this discussion. Last reply by Heather K Jan 18, 2011. 27 Replies

 

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"Permi class students welcome to attend the 5th Community Seed Swap this Sunday Jan 27th!  http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/events/community-seed-swap-2013    It would be fine if students wanted to just attend the hour talk on…"
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Permaculture Workshop Series at Cordata Community Food Coop

January 16, 2013 at 6pm to February 23, 2013 at 4pm
Permaculture Workshop Series Creating Community Projects with Confidence and Skill.The goal of this course series is to build the confidence and skills necessary for executing small-scale permaculture projects in our community. The eight-part series will take students through the entire process, from site assessment to installation. A final collaborative project with a local community group will provide students with a hands-on planning and installation experience.Discounts will be offered to…See More
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Permaculture Workshop Series at Cordata Community Food Coop

January 16, 2013 at 6pm to February 23, 2013 at 4pm
Permaculture Workshop Series Creating Community Projects with Confidence and Skill.The goal of this course series is to build the confidence and skills necessary for executing small-scale permaculture projects in our community. The eight-part series will take students through the entire process, from site assessment to installation. A final collaborative project with a local community group will provide students with a hands-on planning and installation experience.Discounts will be offered to…See More
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Permaculture Workshop Series at Cordata Community Food Coop

January 16, 2013 at 6pm to February 23, 2013 at 4pm
Permaculture Workshop Series Creating Community Projects with Confidence and Skill.The goal of this course series is to build the confidence and skills necessary for executing small-scale permaculture projects in our community. The eight-part series will take students through the entire process, from site assessment to installation. A final collaborative project with a local community group will provide students with a hands-on planning and installation experience.Discounts will be offered to…See More
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Permaculture Workshop Series at Cordata Community Food Coop

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Permaculture Workshop Series Creating Community Projects with Confidence and Skill.The goal of this course series is to build the confidence and skills necessary for executing small-scale permaculture projects in our community. The eight-part series will take students through the entire process, from site assessment to installation. A final collaborative project with a local community group will provide students with a hands-on planning and installation experience.Discounts will be offered to…See More
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Permaculture Workshop Series at Cordata Community Food Coop

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Permaculture Workshop Series Creating Community Projects with Confidence and Skill.The goal of this course series is to build the confidence and skills necessary for executing small-scale permaculture projects in our community. The eight-part series will take students through the entire process, from site assessment to installation. A final collaborative project with a local community group will provide students with a hands-on planning and installation experience.Discounts will be offered to…See More
Dec 4, 2012
Justin Bartolini left a comment for Paul Kearsley
"Hey Paul, taking a study break to figure how to operate this web sight.  I hope and imaging all sorts of great en-devours on your behalf with the coming of spring.  I have been beyond busy myself with lots of school projects but will…"
Mar 26, 2012
Juliet Thompson replied to Paul Kearsley's discussion Collaborating with the TWOG
"Heather said: Now's the time to make hearty soups, to order from seed catalogs, and to organize seeds for the upcoming Jan 30th Seed-Swap - And to help each other find land ready for new food & edible forest gardens to grow from our…"
Jan 15, 2011
Juliet Thompson replied to Paul Kearsley's discussion Collaborating with the TWOG
"  Heather said: PS - I may be out of the email/online loop for what the website plans are, but I have noticed that this past Weds Jan 5th), that at least 2 TW groups and all the resource lists/discussions contained within  are gone or…"
Jan 15, 2011
Juliet Thompson replied to Paul Kearsley's discussion Collaborating with the TWOG
"Heather K said     Heather, So far the Twog is working on some events to happen starting in March, April and May. They will happen mostly in Bellingham, but planning is just starting up. Organizing those events will take up most of our…"
Jan 15, 2011
Heather K replied to Paul Kearsley's discussion Collaborating with the TWOG
" Hello Twog folks & Paul,: What is your preferred location for posting our 'community-to-twog'  online communications & collaborations?  I found this one by doing a 'twog' search, and apologize that I…"
Dec 29, 2010
Juliet Thompson replied to Paul Kearsley's discussion Collaborating with the TWOG
"Hi, I'm responding to Angela's recent comment. Angela, I totally understand, and am also in a quandry about this. We've been discussing this. What is bothering me about the ning site is that the software is starting to control how…"
Nov 11, 2010

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How are you currently involved in the Transition?
I currently live on Orcas Island, working on the Bullocks Permaculture Homestead. I will gladly liason between TW and the Bullocks, if anybody is interested in participating in a functional model of a more sustainable community.
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
As a Designer, I find Permaculture to be the most suitable tool for addressing the challenges of our future. The Transition Movement is a progressive application of permaculture design and l intend to use all of these models for the promotion of a better human condition.
Do you have particular interests, skills, talents or resources you would like to bring to Transition Whatcom?
Bachelors of Science, Industrial Design WWU
Minor in Sustainable Design
Permaculture Design Certified
Permaculture Teacher Trained
2 years Experience as Permaculture Intern at Bullocks
In what neighborhood or part of the county do you reside?
Orcas Island
Your Personal Website (if you have one)
http://www.kearsleydesign.blogspot.com

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At 11:06pm on March 26, 2012, Justin Bartolini said…

Hey Paul, taking a study break to figure how to operate this web sight.  I hope and imaging all sorts of great en-devours on your behalf with the coming of spring.  I have been beyond busy myself with lots of school projects but will get to relax a bit this august.  I haven't been in town much but will give you a ring the next time I am around.  peace 

At 10:52pm on July 18, 2010, Kate Clark said…
First of all- hope you have a great birthday tomorrow, Paul! I'm keeping my fingers crossed for one more sunny day for you...

About the permaculture courses- I'd like to brainstorm sometime how we can get more interest in these. FYI, I'm scheming with Laura Plaut to see about starting a Youth Employment Planting for Plenty (YEPP?) community garden.
At 6:14pm on January 8, 2010, Chris Wolf said…
Hi Paul! Great to hear from you. What are you up to these days? I have been doing some small-scale Permaculture consultations for a few people, and have realized that I have SOOO much more to learn... so I have signed up to go help Skeeter on his new property in Eastern Washington this spring/summer. He seems like a great person to learn from. I would love to hear what you have going on too :)
At 10:17pm on April 7, 2009, Chris Wolf said…
Hi Paul, nice to see you on the TW site! I took your Intro to Permaculture class at the RE-Store recently, and it was an excellent class. You and David really used the principles of permaculture in your teaching, with enough design to help the class flourish, balanced with enough room for the class to "grow" in its own natural way. As someone who has taught a lot and appreciates the craft of teaching, I was very impressed. Your class is also the first time I heard about Transition, and now I am so inspired that I am starting all kinds of cool things. Thanks for planting seeds in my mind and shedding light on what was already growing! --Chris Wolf
 
 
 

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