We are organizing a group people in the Columbia neighborhood who are interested in gardening, work parties, sharing resources and building community! Please feel free to join us and begin sharing gardening ideas, permaculture and community events!
Mark Your Calendar: Sunday May 16th = The 2nd Post-Isolation Potluck. You and your friends, neighbors and family members are welcome to bring a dishand your selves to the 2nd Post-Isolation Potluck at The Gathering in downtown Bellingham, located downstairs at 1105 N. State Street. The Sunday May 16th potluck will go from 6 to 7:30. Open Space sessions and aSpirituality in Transition group will meet from 7:30 to 9:00. Come to the first half, the second half or the whole evening. Expect a fun,…See More
We just set up a Transition Columbia group, and am hoping you can join us! Our neighborhood is resource-rich, and is a perfect place to begin networking with each other's ideas, resources, events and garden-sharing ideas. Also,…"
Because of the inevitable problems we’ll experience as a result of energy issues, we’re going to be challenged profoundly in the ways we live. As a community, we have two choices: we can sit back and wait, or we can respond proactively and begin making real changes that will lead to a more resilient community. The GREAT UNLEASHING is an event that will engage Whatcom County in a collective and committed response, and will kick-off the process of creating a 10-20 year energy descent action…See More
So many people have said, "We're ready to get going!" so this event will provide information about Transition projects already underway in Whatcom County and let you know how you can participate. There will be breakout sessions to connect with others in your neighborhood or area that are also committed to reducing energy dependence, and to discuss how you can work together, perhaps by starting your own Transition initiatives and/or projects. For example: neighborhood gardens, tool libraries,…See More
Also, there is the Transition Columbia group that your part of...I think many members there may already be connected to Flips emails. Hope you find a wonderful place with a small patch of sunny garden.
We just set up a Transition Columbia group, and am hoping you can join us! Our neighborhood is resource-rich, and is a perfect place to begin networking with each other's ideas, resources, events and garden-sharing ideas. Also, we are planning to organize a garden bike tour in July to visit garden sites in the hood where people are creatively using their space. Hope you join us! See the Transition Columbia group. Thanks! Danah