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?
Farmer/owner of Dog Mountain Farm in Carnation and exec director for School of the Lost Arts, which is based at the farm with the mission to teach sustainable living skills in culinary, agricultural, and traditional arts.
List other affiliations/groups that you participate in with similar missions.
We sell at farmers markets in Capitol Hill, Fremont, Magnolia, Phinney, and Queen Anne
How did you hear about us?
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I recognized you in an article about your farm about a year ago, and was really impressed. What a change! I'm glad to hear you're in Transition Snoqualmie. Is your group doing the Transition Handbook Discussion Course that we developed?
So glad you have joined the network! I'm one of the co-founders of SustNE, a member of the steering committee, and responsible for an upcoming general membership gathering in April, when our topic will partly cover the notion of 're-skilling' -- right up your alley, it sounds like! I would love to talk with you more about your School of the Lost Arts - as well as welcome your participation in that gathering!! When is the best time for me to reach you by phone?