Building Yurt/geodesic dome and focusing on living sustainably. working on supplying our own food and sharing/trading within our coomunity. Spreading the word of the truths about the corporate leaders of our country...general activist. Teaching children the importance of caring for Mother Earth and all living things that share her with us.
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
My family and I are here to connect with a network of people who are like-minded and ready to put effort towards co-prosperity. The best way to share our gifts is to tell others what we have to offer, then get together and make things happen.
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to join with others to change the world
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Hi Nicole, I just wanted to say hello... we met a while back when we were both involved in Aundrea's play "Reporting Live From Crazy." It is great to see you on the Transition Whatcom site. I am really excited to see this small but growing group of people who are committed to creating a brighter future for all life and all children. Hope to see you soon, --Chris Wolf -- P.S. What area do you live in?
Hi Nicole, I just got your ning note...thanks to Dave since I'm not online very much except when Im expecting an email and occasional facebook checkin.
I'll send you a cut & paste from our fourthcorner offering to your email address.....If my computer cooperates.
I am planning to attend this Tues March 31st garden work -exchange at Mary's Owl Farm...info should be on Transition B'ham event page...then on Saturday I'll be helping at the event "Getting Gardens Into the Hands of the People"...Looking forward to meeting you and welcome to our watershed of the bioregion!