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See description on their website here: Ragfinery. If you like working…Continue
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TWOG now has a small selection of Transition Whatcom T-shirts for sale. Used T's were purchased from Ragfinery and screen printed by …Continue
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The Office of Sustainability at WWU is looking for a few volunteers for the end of the year Zero Waste event. Here are links for more general information. Reply here if you are interested and I will…Continue
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Check out this weekends schedule at the SkillShare Faire. Find skills and learn them from a local sharer!
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Sounds like a rebel to me - I like rebels.
"There is now a single issue before us: survival.
Not merely physical survival, but survival in a world of fulfillment, survival in a living world, where the violets bloom in the springtime, where the stars shine down in all their mystery, survival in a world of meaning."
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An architectural designer has proposed a series of compost islands for New York City. Not only does it look nice but, of course, solves a huge problem for New York. Good for them! I like all the good, creative energy going into sustainable practices all over the globe. I don't know if this would work - but it is my 'feel good and hopeful' news for the day.…Continue
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Catechism for a Witch’s Child
When they ask to see your gods
your book of prayers
show them lines
drawn delicately with veins
on the underside of a bird’s wing
tell them you believe
in giant sycamores mottled
and stark against a winter sky
and in nights so frozen
stars crack open spilling
streams of molten ice to earth
and tell them how you drink
a holy wine of honeysuckle
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Hi Margo! There is a cat on my lap that looks just like your avatar! I love black cats!
HI Margo! On Tuesday I plan to attend this work party with meal...There is a chance Jean Kroll will also attend....If you attend, there might be time to brainstorm re volunteer coordinator re skillshare faire http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/events/sb-roving-garden-party-6-11-hannegan-6-00pm?xg_source=activity . Also good movie tonight, "More Than Honey' at the Pickford...an the honeybees & pollinators!
Hi Margo! Welcome to Transition Whatcom, and also being part of our 2nd annual Skillshare Faire! I look forward to meeting you, although I may miss our next meeting. Your neighborhood is just across the lake from ours, as we are in Agate Bay & Squalicum Valley/Stewart Mountain watersheds. You would be welcome to meet me and visit our pollinator garden sanctuary - ie. a micro edible-forest 'beyond organic' co-creative ecological-chaos rewilding garden! You are also invited to join our network of TW Earth Gardens group at http://transitionwhatcom.ning.com/group/organic
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Yay Margo! Let's go get some manure!