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Jillian Trinkaus
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  • Gretchen Norman Woody
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  • Susan Templeton
  • Renata Beata Kowalczyk
  • Jeffrey Westcott
  • Stephen Trinkaus
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How are you currently involved in the Transition?
I am converting my lawn into edible gardens.
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
I want to be more self sustaining and rely less on petrochemicals.
Do you have particular interests, skills, talents or resources you would like to bring to Transition Whatcom?
I am good at organizing events.
In what neighborhood or part of the county do you reside?
Cornwall Park Neighborhood
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At 9:18am on June 22, 2012, Gretchen Norman Woody said…

10am-6pm :)

At 12:44pm on June 21, 2012, Gretchen Norman Woody said…

Hi Jillian! WE have berries today, Thursday 6/21, Sunday 6/24, and next Tuesday 6/27.

Come on out! Thank you!


At 7:06am on March 31, 2011, John Hammell said…

I posted an article on the listserve of the Bellingham Chapter of Weston Price re UN Agenda 21 and ICLEI to which Stephen responded. We got into a flame war, and he got me kicked out of the Chapter. The messed up thing about this is that I am writing an article about UN Agenda 21 and ICLEI that will be published in the summer issue of the Weston Price Journal. I was asked by Sally Fallon to write this article so farmers can thoroughly understand this complex issue. I am starting a Chapter of Weston Price here in Point Roberts, and it hurts me that I've been booted from the Bellingham Chapter because the networking I was only just starting to do through them was invaluable to my own efforts to start a Chapter here. Even though Stephen and I are poles apart politically, we should be able to sit down together and talk, yet my effort to bury the hatchet went nowhere. Can you please help me bridge the gulf? Stephen and I have one hell of a lot more in common than we have differences. We should be big enough to transcend this conflict we've had and just find common ground so we can work together. I have been earning a living since 1989 fighting the FDA professionally, making it possible for health food store owners like Stephen to run their businesses. I am in the documentary film We Become Silent- The Last Days of Health Freedom which you can view for free on the web here  Please call me some time at 800-333-2553. I'd really welcome your help to get this hatchet buried.


If you and Stephen are ever up this way, you're always welcome to drop by my house here in Point Roberts. I have chickens, a greenhouse, and a garden. Like you, my goal is to get rid of my entire lawn and have gardens everywhere. Lets work together toward that goal. Give me a call any time or email me at Tell Stephen I said hello. Thanks!

At 6:05pm on February 21, 2011, Heather K said…

  Hi Jillian! Got your phone message! As time allows I'll post this Sat's Spring Garden Event on our Earth Gardens network!  I've already forward event link to Shannon's Garden E-News and she will pass the word through that email network.

You are welcome to post your event link onto my facebook page. That will get the word out to my larger network there, and beyond. I'm confident your event will be a success and grateful so many more folks are awakening to the value of saving seeds & swapping the abundance.

This Saturday is full for me, so I don't know when I'll be by Terra O. since I've put most of my seed-swap energy into our winter seed-savers swap we had Jan 30 -


The Outback Farm is hosting a major design charette on Sat, and many of the permiculturist & gardeners will be attending that too, and we can pass the word to folks who attend.

 I hardly ever sign on to facebk since its so slow..

Would you be willing to post a link on your fb page of this important discussion:- Herbicidal Contamination of our Farmlands & Waters! Enough! (And Say No to GMO!)”-

At 4:51pm on February 21, 2011, Jeffrey Westcott said…

Hi Jillian,

Yes we will have someone there at 10:30. A small table will suffice for our material. Please let me know what more we should bring.




At 12:23am on February 15, 2011, Jeffrey Westcott said…

Hi Jillian,

Thanks for the e-mail. I will try to get someone over ther. I intended on going to the Outback charette, but can make at least some of your event, but hopefully will find someone to represent us the whole time.


At 11:08am on October 21, 2009, Ro Donelson said…
Saw your ad in the ECO insert - looking good. Ro
At 6:43pm on August 26, 2009, Heather K said…
Hi Jillian! Great to find you on our local TW ning site!
Did you receive my friend request? Have a fun time at the Skagit farm comming up soon!
At 9:34pm on June 15, 2009, Sharon Robinson said…
Hello Jillian - I just saw your friend request while exploring the site a little bit. I didn't mean to ignore you!

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