Welcome to Transition Fidalgo & Friends

Our November Presentation:

Is It Worth the Carbon?

Your Decisions Matter to the World

In a world that is seeing increasing impacts due a changing climate, do our daily decisions make any difference?
The answer is they do. What you do has a greater impact than you imagine. Together, we’ll talk about why your actions matter and things that you can do to move the ball in the right direction.

Presented by Eric Shen

Eric is a retired mechanical engineer who moved to Anacortes
in 2004 from the Tri Cities (Richland) where he lived with his wife, Betty Carteret for more than 27 years.  Since retiring, Eric has been involved in a number of volunteer projects in the community through the WSU Beach Watchers program and Transition Fidalgo & Friends, a local organization leading the way to a more sustainable and resilient community.

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Our 2019 Annual Report:

What we are doing:

Anacortes Community Gardens

Anacortes Community Forest Lands Forest Monitoring   

Fix-It Days

Fidalgo Island/ Guemes Gleaning (FIGG)

High School Scholarships

Monthly Gatherings presentations

The Pathfinder Newsletter

Vision 2030

and more!

Our 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.

How can you help?

Subscribe to our monthly newsletters.
Become informed.
Contribute financially to the work of Transition.
Be involved.
Live sustainably.
Attend our monthly Gathering.
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