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We are also the 19th Transition Initiative officially recognized in the United States by Transition US.
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We are a multi-neighborhood organization, working together on various action projects in such areas as food security and growing local food, alternative transportation systems and neighborhood mapping, tree and habitat preservation, green building and energy efficiency...trying to effect positive change for our locality, creating a world that works for all.
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Started by Ericka B. in Other Events Aug 18.
If you are considering adding nuts to your edible mix, I recommend that you attend the December meeting of the Seattle Tree Fruit Society (Dec. 10 – 10:00 – Magnuson Park – Brig Building). At this gathering, we are fortunate to have Michael Dolan presenting a unique topic: Growing Nuts in the Pacific Northwest. Michael is well known in fruit growing circles, as he and his family own and operate Burnt Ridge Nursery and Orchard in Onalaska, Washington. Burnt…Continue
Posted by Mike Ewanciw on December 5, 2016 at 12:41am
Hello!, I have a very nice, older rental home which I share with compatible housemates. It is like an URBAN RETREAT here.Could be Temporary or ongoing. Someone who is community-minded and has successfully lived with others and sees the financial and companionable value of it.
But the housematey should be low on possessions as the home is mostly furnished, though room can be completely empty.
Me, green values and part of neighborhood for a long time. 60 y.o. F, young at heart…Continue
The Seattle Tree Fruit Society will host a Fruit Variety Tasting as part of its monthly meeting on Saturday, October 8th, from 10:00 to 12:30. The event will be held at the View Ridge Room of the Brig Building (#406) at Magnuson Park, 7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115. The event is open to the public. There will be over 100 varieties of Apples, Pears, Asian pears, Kiwis, Figs, Grapes, and…Continue
Posted by Mike Ewanciw on October 4, 2016 at 2:16pm
Posted by Emily Bishton on August 29, 2016 at 2:17pm