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On this year of all years, please join us at the Carnation Library from 2-3pm on Monday, March 27th for our annual meeting. Come learn about the Transition projects and events of the past year: the Fall City Learning Garden and the 6th Annual Snoqualmie Valley Seed Exchange. What are you passionate about? What events and opportunities would you like to see happen in the Valley this year? Come bring your ideas & we’ll discuss possibilities for the coming year. All members & interested public are welcome! Come and share
Increase your soil’s fertility and water holding capacity with Hugelkultur
Sunday April 10 2 to 4 pm
at the The Fall City Learning Garden Come, learn, and practice sustainable edible garden methods with us! More information on the Event Page or at the Fall City Learning Garden website: letusgarden.org or Facebook Page
Please join us at the Carnation Library from 6:30-8:30pm on Wednesday, March 9th for our annual meeting. Come learn about the Transition projects and events of the past year: the Fall City Learning Garden and the 6th Annual Snoqualmie Valley Seed Exchange. What are you passionate about? What events and opportunities would you like to see happen in the Valley this year? Come bring your ideas & we’ll discuss possibilities for the coming year. All members & interested public are welcome! Come and share your skills, ideas, & enthusiasm for Transition
CEDARCREST HIGH SCHOOL
29000 NE 150th ST Duvall
11am to 3 pm
FREE, Open to all gardeners, you do not need to bring seeds to participate, but home grown & saved seeds welcome! Volunteers and donors of home grown & saved seed will have 10am access to the seeds.
Cedarcrest High School provides us a larger space than in previous years. More details on the seed exchange website http://www.snoqualmievalleyseedexchange.org
visit our Facebook page at Facebook.com/snoqualmievalleyseedexchange
For the fifth year, Thom Bond, the founder of NYCNVC is offering a year-long online course in Non-Violent Communication. Why is Non-Violent Communication (NVC) Important? “In the same way that we humans have developed other technologies, the technology of compassion has developed too. This course provides clear, specific ideas and practices to help us experience more compassion, understanding, harmony and fun. That said, it is challenging and calls on our perseverance, practice, focus and dedication. Through practical steps, the course provides the ‘how to’ of creating more connection, understanding and
- Seed Bomb Workshop: Make a seed-packed soil bomb to take home and spread flower and veggie seeds
- Plant Sale! Get some great organic plant starts and learn how to care for them and plant them
- Potluck Guest: Farmer Rosy of Camp Korey! Bring food to share, make some new friends, and hear Farmer Rosy talk about healthy bugs and soil
Seattle Tilth is pleased to welcome renowned permaculturists Toby Hemenway and Larry Santoyo to teach our yearly intensive Permaculture Design Course. This very popular course is sure to inspire and transform participants! Toby Hemenway is the author of Gaia’s Garden: A Guide to Home Scale Permaculture, which for the last eight years has been the best-selling permaculture book in the world. Find out more about Toby on his website. Larry Santoyo, Lead Instructor at The Permaculture Academy, is an ecological designer, green business consultant and senior planner at Earthflow Designs. Santoyo was mentored by permaculture’s founding father, Bill Mollison,
On March 19th, 2015, Transtion Snoqualmie Valley hosted a community workshop called “Rethinking Sustainability” with Ma’ikwe, the executive director of Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage. Spoiler Alert! Before you continue reading, I invite you to do a quick exercise. Do you have 5 minutes? Take a piece of paper (or open a blank document on your computer) and write down the ten main things you give attention and energy to, now and in the last year or so. It may look like a list of how you spend your time. Just put down a word or phrase for each item. Done? Ok,
Please join us at the Carnation Library at 6:30pm on Wednesday, March 18th for our annual meeting. Come learn about the Transition projects and events of the past year: the Fall City Learning Garden and the 5th Annual Snoqualmie Valley Seed Exchange. We will also celebrate the birth of our new website and hear about upcoming events, such as the Community Workshop: Rethinking Sustainability and The Space Between Stories. What are you passionate
Ma’ikwe Ludwig, the executive director of Dancing Rabbit Ecovillage, is inviting you to re-think and re-envision about how we live our lives. What do you think of when you hear the word sustainability? Organic food, wind turbines, natural building and electric cars? Those things matter for sure, but real sustainability goes well beyond the ecological choices we make, and touches on social dynamics, economics and our fundamental world view. This workshop introduces the relationships between the four dimensions of sustainability, drawing on a curriculum developed by ecovillages all over
- Earth Care – Respecting and rebuilding our soils, our forests, our rivers, our land
- People Care – Looking after self, kin, and community
- Fair Share – Setting personal limits to take only what you need and freely share the rest
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