Does anybody have a teenager or know anyone who would want to make a little money this morning moving some bark piles for me. I have been sick and it's hard for me to do it right now, but I need to…Continue
I have a toilet for sale. if you read reviews that say that it doesn't flush solids well the deal is, if you are tall enough to be comfortable on a 17" toilet (as opposed to the standard 14"), there…Continue
What parts of our mission are you interested in (for example, growing food/food security, appropriate energy technologies, transportation, community building, etc.)?
How do you see yourself being involved with Sustainable NE Seattle? What skills, talents and passions are you willing to share?
I work with people, can give presentations or do workshops on interpersonal communication and personal growth and use of various spiritual tools. Also have experience in natural healing and herbalism and gardening. Looking for community, happy to help with projects around town as my schedule allows.
Just moved to Meadowbrook
How did you hear about us?
through a list of links I got at a panchamama alliance presentation
Please forgive my ignorance on this. A new window just arrived that I ordered to replace a damaged one in my new house. It has a green film on it which I understand is energy saving; it blocks heat from going in or out. What happened to passive solar? This is a south facing window. It never gets too hot so I'm not worried about too much heat getting in in the summer. Even though it will keep in the furnace heat in the winter won't I be…
Welcome Aylee! There is a good deal of connection between Pachemama and the Transition concept (Sustainable NE Seattle is a Transition Initiative) that we would love to explore more. Are you familiar with what we call "Heart and Soul" groups? I know it's short notice, but we're starting a discussion course on the Transition Handbook tomorrow night that may be just up your alley. http://sustainableneseattle.ning.com/events/discussion-group-on-the-1
Hi Aylee, Welcome to this group! I've been getting more interested in growing herbs for healing in my edible garden. What's your favorite herb to grow? I just started chamomile from seed and noticed a bunch of little sprouts yesterday. Look forward to meeting you sometime soon! Susan