Not sure yet. I am interested in urban farming/ag and creating a food network for neighborhoods.
In what ways do you identify with the Transition movement? Why are you interested?
America is no longer a democracy as it was laid out in the beginning. The concentration of wealth is moving up the ladder and the middle class is almost gone. We, as a people, need to gather our resources and knowledge and create a community that fosters love for our planet.
Do you have particular interests, skills, talents or resources you would like to bring to Transition Whatcom?
Where did you hear about Transition Whatcom and how did you find our community network website?
my partner, Kristy Gill.
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time of the lone wolf is over.
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Brilliant, thanks! How very exciting! Tell you what, why don't you send me an email at email@example.com. This site is great for social networking but I try not to put much personal information on it, like addresses, since anyone can read it.
Let me know what your 4th corner username is and what LD contribution would make you happy, and a good time and place to pick it up. I'd say you could send it to me in the mail but I'd rather have an opportunity to meet you and say thanks in person.
We are in the dawning stage of a new project within Transition Whatcom. We are creating a monthly Roving Whatcom County Workparty! This will be an opportunity for our members to: begin the Great Re-skilling, forge awareness of and relationships with existing local resilience-oriented organizations and TW initiatives and workgroups, build community, gain experience with the real work of Transition in voluntary baby steps, and have some fun.
We want this project to gain traction quickly and with enough momentum that we can make real progress in Whatcom County for years to come. We searched the member profiles with the keyword “massage” and found you listed as a licensed massage practitioner. Would you be interested in donating a couple of massage gift certificates to offer as prizes at the workparty? In addition to all the benefits listed above, we can think of no juicier, more joyful conclusion to a workparty than a free massage! We also have a Fourth Corner Exchange account; if it would encourage you to donate, we could make a partial payment in Life Dollars.
Deep thanks from the Transition Whatcom Operating Group (TWOG) for considering helping out. The first workparty is in collaboration with the Center for Local Self Reliance, at the Caretaker’s House in Fairhaven, and is set for Saturday, November 6th. We’re going to be installing fence posts (not digging the holes, that’s already done) and fencing panels! If you’re interested in attending the workparty, you can RSVP with me or on the event posting, which should be posted in a day or two.