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Check out our new Grants  page! You know that great idea you have, and if you just had the money, you’d do it???  TF&F has established grants for Fidalgo Island students, environmentalists, and businessfolk.

Second Sunday Support Group

Sunday, April 9, 2017

1:00-2:30 p.m.

Third floor ballroom of the Keystone Building, 619 Commercial

Community resilience grows more important every day, but personal resilience is also vital, and many are feeling deeply troubled by current events. This will be a safe place to gather and share one’s feelings about what is happening in and to our world. Sessions are planned on second Sundays through April. Two facilitators who have a good deal of experience working with groups  guide the sessions. No need for RSVP – just show up.

Build Our Garden

Saturday, April 22, 2017

9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Island View Elementary, 2501 J Ave. Anacortes

Celebrate Earth Day by helping create the newest community garden in Anacortes: join this “bed building and garden gathering.” For more information, click here.

Seventh Generation Supper: Native Plants as Food: Integrating human ecology and natural history in a time of shifting climate

Tuesday, April 25

5:45-8:00 p.m.

Anacortes Senior Center, 1701 22nd St.

Our presentation this evening is “Native Plants as Food: Integrating human ecology and natural history in a time of shifting climate.” Come learn about the many sources of native, nutritious food. Abe Lloyd’s Institute performs research, farms with native food plants, develops wild food products for the local market, and supports educational efforts on topics related to human ecology and natural history. Abe wrote the field guide “Wild Berries of Washington and Oregon” and will have copies to sign. Click here to see more info.

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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.