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Whatcom Food Network's Fall Forum: The State of Farmland at Ferndale Public Library

November 9, 2017 from 1pm to 4pm
Please join us for our second and final Forum of 2017! We will be learning about the state of farmland here in Whatcom County, networking, digging into the new update of the Whatcom Community Food Assessment and debuting our new website.Our keynote speaker will be Hannah Clark, the Executive Director of the Washington Association of Land Trusts. She currently works to provide a unified voice for Washington's 28 local land trusts in policy and advocacy and to strengthen private voluntary land…See More
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At 1:22pm on May 23, 2017, Alan Seid said…

Hi Roseanne.
This is Alan Seid.
You can email me at alan@CascadiaWorkshops.com
or call me at (360) 599-2134.
Let's talk and find a way to make it work for you to attend.
~Alan

At 2:22pm on April 26, 2012, Heather K said…

Hi Roseanne, Happy Valley has lots of gardens & space, though it might take some networking with neighbors to find a space.   I'm not sure, but possibly Common Threads Farm is still in the area, and they can use volunteer help and helpers with the kids.  Find info by googling.  Also, neighborhood meetings in that area would be good place to find out.  The city communitiy gardens have not grown to accomadate the requests, yet....so finding a neighbor with space to share or a sunny lawn that looks ready to convert, is a good way to go!   Maybe we'll get to meet at one of the Tuesday garden work parties!

At 3:00pm on April 25, 2012, Heather K said…

Hi Roseanne! Welcome to the Grain & Bean network!  You are also invited to connect with our larger network, called Earth Gardens at http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/group/organic

Many of us also share our news & events through Shannon's Garden E News. More info on the Earth Gardens website.

I'm usually at the Tuesday Garden Party evening workparty with meal events.  More info at- http://www.sustainablebellingham.org/  Hope to see you in the earth garden this spring!

 
 
 

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