New to the area and I have just recently learned of TW. I myself try to find ways to impact nature, my surrounding and community in positive ways. As a household we do our best to avoid plastic, buy local and reduce our consumption.
As a friend of mine says "you don't have to move to change where you live."
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
I am interested in a more sustainable lifestyle, cleaner air, water and land. I am hopeful of a simpler kind of life that is more in tun with Gods creation.
Do you have particular interests, skills, talents or resources you would like to bring to Transition Whatcom?
I am a carpenter who loves to help. I have an a ability to use the resources available and find viable alternatives in building.
Familiar with all aspects of home building.
Avid gardener and landscaper
In what neighborhood or part of the county do you reside?
Trasitioning to live in Bellingham
Where did you hear about Transition Whatcom and how did you find our community network website?
Sara Helm (Sister and Friend) and Cindi Landreth (New friend)
Please note that you do not have to answer all of the above questions in order to join, and you can always come back later to edit your profile. If it's all too many questions for now, please provide a short answer below on why you'd like to join this site (or a summary of the above, if answered).
To connect with like minded people and informed on what is happening.
I just heard about a house in Cornwall Park or Columbia for rent for nine-fifty. Two bedrooms - can't provide details cause I don't know them but the person to call is Samya at seven five eight seven three three nine. My number keyboard doesn't work.
As for your question about “which plants add what to the soil”, it is a good one, and it depends both on what is in the soil and the environmental conditions. I'll think it over as far as recommending a book. (let me know how basic or advanced you are thinking of). Farmer Walter H may also have a recommendation.