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Sandie Ledray added a discussion to the group Community Asks and Offers
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Offering: Pile of Cedar Chips

9/14/14There are 10+ yards of chips in this pile.  Entire pile $120.In the Fort Bellingham area.Call me for the exact location.Sandie360-318-6268See More
Sep 14
Kevin Murphy and Sandie Ledray are now friends
Jul 15
Sandie Ledray updated their profile
Jul 14
Sandie Ledray commented on Walter Haugen's group CSA Share Programs - Producers
"Hello CSA Farmers! 1.    I have an orchard with quite a few fruit & nut trees.  I am looking for a local CSA that would like to buy fruit from me or trade for shares. (Orcas Pears, 4 varieties of plums, Gravenstein apples,…"
Jul 14
Sandie Ledray joined Tom Anderson's group
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Tool Libraries

This group site is intended for those interested in Tool Libraries and how we can get something started locally
Apr 6, 2012
Sandie Ledray posted a photo
Jul 13, 2010
Sandie Ledray posted photos
Jul 13, 2010
Sandie Ledray posted photos
Jul 13, 2010
Sandie Ledray joined Kate Clark's group
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Food Security Group

We will be supporting existing community and TW food security-oriented projects, organizations, and the local ag industry; assessing gaps and how to fill them; and starting a plan for dramatically increasing food security in the next 10-20 years.
Jun 11, 2010
Sandie Ledray joined Walter Haugen's group
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CSA Share Programs - Producers

Per Heather's suggestion, here is a group where CSA farmers may list themselves.See More
Apr 2, 2010
Sandie Ledray and Brook Hayes are now friends
Feb 11, 2010
Sandie Ledray is attending David MacLeod's event
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2nd Annual Bellingham Seed Swap at Center for Expressive Arts

January 31, 2010 from 12:30pm to 4pm
Sunday Jan. 31, 2009, 12:00-4:001317 Commercial (btwn Holly & Magnolia)2nd floor – Center for Expressive ArtsBellingham, WA(above Uisce Pub & Trivoli Restaurant. Across the street from the Parkade)Who should attend ?- Anyone with extra seed to share (in labeled containers or envelopes, please. Either ‘saved’ or ‘purchased’ seeds)- People with no seeds – and want seeds to growPresentation : Why and How to Save Your Own Seeds @ 3 PMSchedule:12:00- 12:30 Tea & Introductions, Non-profit…See More
Jan 25, 2010
Sandie Ledray joined Janet Senour's group
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Alternative Energy

Our group is working on small inexpensive residential energy generation devices that can be built locally.
Jan 25, 2010
Sandie Ledray and francis edwards are now friends
Jan 21, 2010

Profile Information

In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
I am very interested in connecting with like-minded people who wish to share our combined skills, gifts and resources for the benefit of all.
Do you have particular interests, skills, talents or resources you would like to bring to Transition Whatcom?
Skills/Talents - I produce natural, all vegetable bath products, I am a woodworker and stringed instrument builder.

Resources - The property that I live on has rich, fertile soil, all day sunshine, a variety of fruit and nut trees (10 apple trees, 3 quinces, 4 filberts, 4 figs, 5 grapes, 3 pears, 4 plums and 1 peach...all heavily producing)...am looking for folks to help w/pruning/care, developing the garden, bringing in chickens (egg layer girls!), etc.

This is a special place and I am in awe of the great abundance that She brings forth here. I look forward to connecting with community and sharing these gifts!
In what neighborhood or part of the county do you reside?
Marine Drive/west of the airport
Please note that you do not have to answer all of the above questions in order to join, and you can always come back later to edit your profile. If it's all too many questions for now, please provide a short answer below on why you'd like to join this site (or a summary of the above, if answered).
Let's do more than merely "survive", let's THRIVE!!!

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At 3:55pm on May 19, 2010, Heather K said…
Happy Birthday Sandie! Here is a link to the TW Community group. I tried to forward to you but you may have your settings set to not allow TW-friends to forward discussions. Read what Theresa V shares on 5/19.
http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/group/CommunityLiving?commentId=2723460%3AComment%3A22290&xg_source=activity
At 9:25am on October 9, 2009, Terese VanAssche said…
Hi Sandie ~
I can be reached at 253-334-2157.

My place is at 5581 Second Avenue in Ferndale. I have a lot of things going on this weekend, but at some point I'd love to have you come over and check it out. that is what I thought when I bought this property - a jewel in the rough. I have done a lot of work to the grounds and house since moving there 5 years ago. It does take a lot fo upkeep. My home is a 1911 Craftsman, and needed a lot of work but the previous owners added a wing and doubled the size of the house. We completely redid the upstairs, but they did the wiring, plumbing, and new windows. So it is pretty efficient. I may make this into Fern Hollow Bed & Breakfast in the future, that was a goal when I bought it. Working full time doesn't allow a lot of time to get this done. But for the price, it was a much better property than anything I could find in Bellingham.
so - lets get together sometime in the future.
Terese
At 4:59pm on October 7, 2009, Terese VanAssche said…
Hi Sandie ~
Your place sounds like my little urban farm in Ferndale, with 5 avarieties apple trees, 1 producing cherry, 7 blueberry bushes (I call them boulder berreis, these are so lush), the best everbearing rasberries (I think about 10 canes now) 2 hazelnuts, 2 Italian plums, and 1 old pear tree that is a heavy producer but the quality is not the best. Have any ideas about improving fruit quality? Of course I won't spray. Last year composed about 2" material around the base of the pear tree, and put in borage, chives, snowberries, and rasberreis in the understory.
So I may not have a lot of time to help, but ask Larry Williams, he is a landscaper and very good at pruning trees, and will work in exchange for fruit or other barters you may have. Do you have chickens?
Terese
At 11:33pm on October 2, 2009, Elena Edwards said…
Thank you Sandie. You are most fortunate to be set up with what sounds like an abundance of food provided by nature's best. I hope to learn more about seed saving and gardening in general. Currently, I am quite busy organizing this doc film festival, but given the time, I would love to help with pruning and yard work. Hope to meet you in the near future!
 
 
 

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