Sustainable NE Seattle

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Rita Howard
  • Seattle, WA
  • United States
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  • Pamela M. Engler
  • Sue McGann
  • Leo Brodie
  • Joann Kerr
  • Susan Gregory

Rita Howard's Groups

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Seed Saving

I'm looking to connect with others who are interested in seed saving.  I'm envisioning a group of folks who explore seed saving techniques and process seeds together, coordinate their seed saving and…Continue

Started Aug 30, 2012

 

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Joann Kerr left a comment for Rita Howard
"I am wondering if you have a summary of what you instructed at your "Soil Building" class at the HandsOn fair this year? I am going to need soil and i hate buying bags of it, would much rather know how to build it. I am sure others at this…"
Feb 18, 2013
Rita Howard joined Sue McGann's group
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Awareness Guild

Raise awareness of the inter-connectedness of three crises: energy (peak-oil), environmental (climate chaos) and financial. The purpose of this guild is educational outreach on the myriad of topics related to our local Transition movement. This outreach includes supporting existing guilds or seeding new ones. We will organize films with discussion; book study groups; or just general discussions about topics of interest.As a Transition Initiative, we do not discuss religion or politics.See More
Nov 24, 2012
Rita Howard joined Brooke Richardson's group
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Community Kitchen

A place to organize food events and cook together activities for NE Seattle.See More
Nov 24, 2012
Rita Howard joined Sue McGann's group
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Meadowbrook Community Gardens and Orchards Guild

Meadowbrook Community Gardens and Orchards designs, plants, cultivates, harvests and otherwise maintains the community gardens and orchards in conjunction with Seattle Parks. Our intent is to foster and create both community and food security.See More
Nov 24, 2012
Rita Howard 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
Nov 24, 2012
Rita Howard joined Susan Gregory's group
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Ravenna Community Garden

The mission of the Ravenna Community Garden is to build a strong, inter-generational community while increasing local food security, and improving the health of our planet through sustainable garden practices.Through gardening together, we get to know our neighbors, learn from each other about producing and preserving food that is grown organically and sustainably, and beautify our neighborhood. We enhance our own health through eating locally-grown, fresh, flavorful and nutritious fruits and…See More
Nov 14, 2012
Rita Howard posted a discussion

Seed Saving

I'm looking to connect with others who are interested in seed saving.  I'm envisioning a group of folks who explore seed saving techniques and process seeds together, coordinate their seed saving and then share seeds.  Anybody else interested?  Please contact me:  rita@wellnessgardens.orgSee More
Aug 30, 2012
Rita Howard is now a member of Sustainable NE Seattle
Jul 20, 2012

Profile Information

What parts of our mission are you interested in (for example, growing food/food security, appropriate energy technologies, transportation, community building, etc.)?
growing food, food security, appropriate energy, community building
How do you see yourself being involved with Sustainable NE Seattle? What skills, talents and passions are you willing to share?
I'm a biodynamic gardener with lots of experience. I am interested in starting a local seed bank.
List other affiliations/groups that you participate in with similar missions.
Ravenna Community Garden
Neighborhood
Ravenna
How did you hear about us?
Don't remember

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At 12:16pm on February 18, 2013, Joann Kerr said…

I am wondering if you have a summary of what you instructed at your "Soil Building" class at the HandsOn fair this year? I am going to need soil and i hate buying bags of it, would much rather know how to build it. I am sure others at this site would be interested as well.Thanks. JKerr

 
 
 

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