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Design Challenge Grant Questions and Answers

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Design Challenge Grant Questions and Answers

Time: April 14, 2012 from 3:30pm to 5:30pm
Location: Downtown Food Co-Op Healthy Connections bldg
Street: Forest Street
City/Town: Bellingham
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Emily Farrell for the TWOG
Latest Activity: Mar 31, 2012

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Get help designing your project and completing your grant application for the April 22 deadline.

If you have a great idea for a project for the annual Design Challenge, but need some help sorting out the details - i.e. how to design that garden/educational area most efficiently; who do I talk to at the City, etc. - then this is for you. Come with your ideas, questions and enthusiasm.

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Comment by Emily Farrell on March 31, 2012 at 12:05pm

These are wonderful ideas. If you can gather a group of people together who want to make this happen, the TWOG would be happy to support your planning and fundraising efforts. TW has limited funds available to make these kind of projects happen, but by putting our heads together we should be able to come up with some fundraising ideas.


Comment by james bauckman on March 26, 2012 at 12:09pm

So I have a series of projects that I want to create in our community, all are projects around transition and community resilience and want to know more about this. $350 will really do very little to get most of these projects off the ground and was wondering if there are any larger scale funding opportunities for larger scale projects. The first project of many I would like to propose is a partnership with the alternative library and the many talented artisans and craftspeople in our community. It would be a local "Mall" and trade/rental/barter cooperative. Basically, my vision is the other half of the public market divided into 10x10, 20x20, etc sized units where people can set up stalls, booths, shops, etc to sell their goods and services. Another larger section would house things people are renting, bartering selling to the community. I believe the time has come for people to own less stuff and instead, have a local rental/lending cooperative to rent/trade for a lawn mower, weed wacker, power tools, instruments, etc. Lastly, If space is still leftover, we could house the books for prisoners program so they can provide book requests to prisoners in the space as well. I would love to team up with a large number of locally minded, transition folks to get something like this off the ground. Maybe a partnership with Whatcom Investors Network as well.  Call me if interested. James Bauckman. 360-201-5022. I am not looking to run the thing, by the way, I just want to help get it going. Im to busy to run/manage/own this project. I just think its time for it to exist in Bellingham.

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