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Welcome to Transition Fidalgo and Friends!

local tip iconSkagit’s tulip fields may be clipped of their color, but don’t miss the wildflowers!  More info here…

Merchants of Doubt, a must-see film, is in Bellingham now…

 

Please join us at these upcoming events…

 

7th Generation Supper

Tuesday, April 28

5:45 p.m.

Anacortes Senior Center, 1701 22nd Ave., Anacortes

Food for the body, food for the soul: join us for our monthly gathering. Our presentation this month is by Jennifer Johnson: Skagit County Public Health and Community Services: The Changing Landscape. See our Events page for the details.

Timebank May Day Social

Friday, May 1, 2015

3:00 - 8:00, come for all or part

Skyline Cabana (6041 Sands Way, Anacortes)

Enjoy the beach, great company, and yummy food.  See our Events page for details.  Everyone is welcome, especially people interested in learning about the timebank.

Gardening with Mushrooms: Transforming Organic Waste into Gourmet Food

Saturday, May 9, 2015

10:30 - noon

Village Pizza (807 Commercial Avenue, Anacortes)

Tristan Woodsmith will introduce mushroom cultivation as a way to sustainably convert organic waste into a healthy, gourmet food source. Free to the public; donations gratefully accepted. Tristan has studied the role of fungi in northwest forests and the cultivation of medicinal and edible mushrooms for over 10 years.

Free to the public; donations gratefully accepted.
See the whole schedule of Skill Share workshops!

Preventing Cancer 101: Skill Share Workshop

Saturday, May 23, 2015

10:00-11:30 a.m.

The Depot, 611 “R” Avenue, Anacortes

Local naturopath Alethea Fleming shares guidelines on what you can do to prevent cancer. Yes, we’ll talk about veggies, but much more!

Free to the public; donations gratefully accepted.
See the whole schedule of Skill Share workshops!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Transition Fidalgo and Friends’ mission: to raise awareness of and develop solutions to the challenges of climate change, energy uncertainty, and economic instability. Transition Fidalgo & Friends promotes a move away from fossil fuels through decreasing demand, increasing efficiency, supporting renewable energy, and fostering the local production of food, energy, and goods.