Not much, but I'd like to be. I attended the Transition Whatcom event at Bellingham High School recently.
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
Because of the way the world is working politically, economically, and environmentally, it makes sense to me to have communities develop innovative ways of surviving and thriving. I will add more to this later as I'm on my way out the door.
Do you have particular interests, skills, talents or resources you would like to bring to Transition Whatcom?
I'm interested in learning more about farming. I'm also willing to volunteer at events etc..
In what neighborhood or part of the county do you reside?
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Because of the way the world is working politically, economically, and environmentally, it makes sense to me to have communities develop innovative ways of surviving and thriving
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Howdy neighbor! I happened to see you're from the York as well--if you are interested in networking and doing projects around the York, please consider joining the Transition York group or sending your email address. One thing we will do this fall is hold a workshop or two on harvesting herbs and making tinctures. But there's lots of good ideas being mulled. I'm going out of town for a bit but when I get back I think we should have a meeting, would love to see you there (especially because I think I might know you, I'm Ruby's friend Laura, am I right?).