Welcome to Transition Fidalgo
“We envision a world where humanity has drastically reduced its reliance on fossil fuels, living wisely and well within planetary limits.”
“To spur local responses to climate change that strengthen our community and help heal the planet. TF urges a move away from fossil fuels through decreasing energy demand, increasing efficiency, supporting renewable energy, and fostering the local production of food, energy, and goods.”
Tuesday, July 26, 7 pm, via Zoom
Transition Fidalgo invites you to join us on Tuesday, July 26, 7pm when we host Jessica Alvarez-Parfrey, Executive Director for Transition US. (zoom link below)
“Let’s weave new stories,
let’s transform —
“What if we lean into our collective imagination and consciousness and envision a world that centers on radical love, transformative healing, and justice?…Together we can nurture a new balance and cultivate cultures of care, creativity, and collaboration. This is our time to thrive, will you help us write this next chapter in our planetary journey?”
With a background in community organizing, nonprofit fundraising, and environmental activism (formerly with Greenpeace USA), Jessica Alvarez Parfrey finds joy in seeking transformative opportunities for radical collaboration and community co-creation. Having worked on food, housing, community health and wellness, and other issues; Jess is a life-long learner of all things that would allow us to re-imagine our relationship to the earth and to one another.
Jess is a nepantlera, mother, creative, caretaker of 44 acres of land, and a JEDI consultant working in service to the project of collective liberation. She received her B.A. in Environmental Studies from the University of California at Santa Barbara , and is driven to nurture opportunities for joy, healing, community-based strategy, and design informed by decolonized practice and methodologies.
“Share the Bounty” Produce Stands!
Transition Fidalgo has three “Share the Bounty” stands offering free, fresh
produce to our local community. Gardeners are encouraged to drop off surplus fruits
and veggies to help those who would welcome the food.
Where are the stands? Note: the stands are back!
— 2509 H Avenue, the Warren Carr residence
— Entrance to the Library on 10th St.
— Harbor House at 719 Q Ave.
What we are doing:
Anacortes Middle School Garden partnership