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Check out our new Grants  page! TF&F has established grants for Fidalgo Island students, environmentalists, and businessfolk.

Times of Change: How a Shifting Climate Affects Us All

In September, TFF begins a new series. In a time of remarkably rapid climate change, the impacts on human and non-human lives will be substantial. In this series of talks, we’ll engage local experts and forward thinkers to help us explore the local and global changes that are afoot and inspire our creativity for meeting the challenges ahead.

Click here for a complete schedule!

Skill Share workshop: Mushroom Identification and Foraging

Saturday, September 24, 2016

10:30 - noon

Anacortes Public Library, 1220 10th St.

Harold Meade and friends will share the basics of hunting, identifying, and enjoying mushrooms found locally. Click here for more info.

7th Generation Supper: From Glaciers to the Estuary

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

5:45 - 8:00 p.m.

Anacortes Senior Center, 1701 22nd St.

The evening’s presentation begins our new series with the Skagit Climate Science Consortium. From Glaciers to the Estuary: Climate Change Impacts on Water in NW Washington. As temperatures increase and precipitation patterns shift in response to climate change, many important water resources in northern Puget Sound are affected. Come hear Jon Riedel (National Park Service) and Roger Fuller (Western Washington University) discuss what’s happening with our glaciers and snow pack, and what this means for river floods and summer low flows. We will discuss impacts on the humans, plants and animals that live in the area, and inspire you to consider how we can respond, as individuals and as a community.

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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.