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Rebecca Thomas Einhorn
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Rebecca Thomas Einhorn commented on Susan Gregory's event Nicole Foss A Century of Challenges Part II
"Holy cow - she's coming to talk here! Nice job, whoever set this up. The only bummer is that it's the same weekend as the Mother Earth Fair in Puyallup. But I have been hoping for a long time I'd get to hear her speak. Wow!"
Apr 22, 2011
Rebecca Thomas Einhorn commented on bj hedahl's event BarterFair/CiderPress
"BJ... HThinking ahead - 10/10 is also the 350.org Global Work Party (http://www.350.org/). I wonder if it might be a good idea to link this event to that. I think it falls under the rubric of both "work" (that was performed to make the…"
Aug 11, 2010
Rebecca Thomas Einhorn commented on Joann Kerr's event PLANET : HOME a sustainable living festival
"Wish I could, since it sounds really cool, but I'll be at sea for work."
Aug 10, 2010
Rebecca Thomas Einhorn commented on Susan Gregory's event Edible Garden Tour
"I'm looking forward to it, and finally figured out where the google maps tour map was. I'll be bringing my 1 and 3 year old, so I'm especially interested in the gardens that have kids activities. Any ideas where I can find that…"
May 22, 2010
Rebecca Thomas Einhorn commented on Susan Gregory's event Sustainable Living Event- 1st Planning Meeting
"I wish I could come to the meeting! Perhaps I can help out later to incorporate a kid's event into the festival."
Mar 23, 2010
Rebecca Thomas Einhorn commented on Susan Gregory's group Urban Farmers
"Hey, thanks! I always love to walk around and see other people's espaliers. I don't think I've done alot of walking up in your end, so I'll have to head up and check them out. Thanks!"
Jan 19, 2010
Rebecca Thomas Einhorn commented on Susan Gregory's group Urban Farmers
"Wow, thanks for all the great comments about pear trees, where to get them, diseases, and pollination. I can see I'll need to head back to my catalogs and check out which ones are disease resistant (and see if I can get a grafted…"
Jan 17, 2010
Rebecca Thomas Einhorn joined Susan Gregory's group
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Urban Farmers

We are interested in learning from each other, sharing resources, and providing opportunities to share the bounty of what we grow in our neighborhood
Jan 16, 2010
Rebecca Thomas Einhorn posted a blog post

Forming Greater Seattle Real Food Buying Club

Hi Folks-I thought people in this group might be interested in this. Annette writes a great blog about eating local - the url can be found at the bottom. Also, check out her blog post on this topic athttp://www.sustainableeats.com/2009/12/31/protect-local-farmers-and-local-real-food/The reason this topic has come up for her is that the King County laws governing CSA's, drop points, etc. are…See More
Jan 1, 2010
Rebecca Thomas Einhorn commented on Brooke Richardson's group Community Kitchen
"Hi Folks- Wow, thanks for all the fun cheesemaking! And now I have all the "cheesy" jokes to go with it! Lee, I think I left my maroon sweater at your place. I'm not sure if I'll make it to this Thursday's meeting, but…"
Dec 14, 2009
Rebecca Thomas Einhorn posted a blog post

Cob Oven Pizza Party - Thanks!

Hi Folks-I'm cross-posting an entry about the pizza party. Someone else was taking better photos than me, so perhaps those well get posted as well. Enjoy!Yesterday, despite the drizzle, a group of fun-loving folks gathered together to make pizzas in the cob oven made by Tim Love up at the Seattle Waldorf School. It was an inspired combination: rain falling just outside the covered shelters, a warm fire, pizza, and great conversation.The cob oven pizza masters.Between juggling the baby on my…See More
Nov 16, 2009
Rebecca Thomas Einhorn commented on Brooke Richardson's group Community Kitchen
"Lee, I'm happy to let you take over making the sauce. Is there anything else I can help with?"
Nov 12, 2009
Rebecca Thomas Einhorn commented on Brooke Richardson's group Community Kitchen
"Man, the sound of the potluck is making me hungry. Anyhow, I'm still up for making pizza sauce - any ideas on how much I should make?"
Nov 12, 2009
Rebecca Thomas Einhorn commented on Brooke Richardson's group Community Kitchen
"I love the cob oven pizza idea. Funny, I was actually just making tomato sauce when I came in to check my e-mail, so I think I should help out with the sauce part! I have a wooden pizza peel, but I don't know if it will work for the cob oven."
Oct 22, 2009
Rebecca Thomas Einhorn posted a blog post

350 Toys for a Healthy Planet

Hi Folks-I really want to take part in the 350 action this Saturday, but the stuff going on downtown is during the girls' nap time. So I decided to start a new action: 350 Toys for a Healthy Planet.In case you're wondering...350?Folks from all around the world will be raising awareness of “350″ and global warming. What’s 350 about? From the 350 website (ww.350.org), “350 is the most important number in the world—it’s what scientists say is the safe upper limit for carbon dioxide in the…See More
Oct 21, 2009
Rebecca Thomas Einhorn joined Leo Brodie's group
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What parts of our mission are you interested in (for example, growing food/food security, appropriate energy technologies, transportation, community building, etc.)?
Growing food, transportation, renewable energy, community growth
How do you see yourself being involved with Sustainable NE Seattle? What skills, talents and passions are you willing to share?
I'm a Mom with 2 kids, so my participation will be somewhat dependent on what I can do with kids in tow. I love to garden, enjoy preserving food, and making things from scratch in the kitchen, like bread, yogurt, etc. I would love to share the joys of these with others. I'm a biologist by training, so there are possibilities for sharing skills and talents in that arena as well.

I also enjoy music, and play the piano and a little guitar, and think that could be a fun way to get together and interact with other folks. I also have a passion for dance.

I love my electric bike, although I don't know much about it except that it works great.

Finally, I'd like to help our community grow in terms of increasing our local networks, participating in local projects, and helping others learn new skills as well as learning them myself. I would also like to have my children participate in this kind of vibrant community.
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Forming Greater Seattle Real Food Buying Club

Hi Folks-



I thought people in this group might be interested in this. Annette writes a great blog about eating local - the url can be found at the bottom. Also, check out her blog post on this topic at

http://www.sustainableeats.com/2009/12/31/protect-local-farmers-and-local-real-food/



The reason this topic has come up for her is that the King County laws governing… Continue

Posted on January 1, 2010 at 6:09pm

Cob Oven Pizza Party - Thanks!

Hi Folks-



I'm cross-posting an entry about the pizza party. Someone else was taking better photos than me, so perhaps those well get posted as well. Enjoy!



Yesterday, despite the drizzle, a group of fun-loving folks gathered together to make pizzas in the cob oven made by Tim Love up at the Seattle Waldorf School. It was an inspired combination: rain falling just outside the covered shelters, a warm fire, pizza, and great conversation.…



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Posted on November 16, 2009 at 8:16pm

350 Toys for a Healthy Planet

Hi Folks-



I really want to take part in the 350 action this Saturday, but the stuff going on downtown is during the girls' nap time. So I decided to start a new action: 350 Toys for a Healthy Planet.

In case you're wondering...350?

Folks from all around the world will be raising awareness of “350″ and global warming. What’s 350 about? From the 350 website (ww.350.org), “350 is the most important number in the world—it’s what scientists say is the safe upper limit for carbon… Continue

Posted on October 21, 2009 at 9:51pm

Talk on Oct. 8: Ocean Acidification of the Northeastern Pacific Coastal Waters and Puget Sound

Hi Folks-



With our theme this month on climate change, I thought people might be interested in an upcoming talk at the North West Fisheries Science Center auditorium (2725 Montlake Blvd. E., Seattle). The talk is at 11 AM, Oct. 8, and is open to the public (bring picture ID).



Additional information about the Monster Seminar JAM Series, as well as upcoming installments can be found at: http://www.nwfsc.noaa.gov/events/monster.cfm



The Northwest Fisheries Science… Continue

Posted on October 1, 2009 at 4:08pm

nice going, Leo and Cindy - Transition presentation and discussion at B+N

Leo and Cindy gave a great presentation at Barnes and Noble Wednesday - good job! Folks were genuinely interested and there was lively discussion.

Posted on September 25, 2009 at 10:06pm — 1 Comment

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