Join Transition Fidalgo & Friends for a community supper on Tuesday, February 23, at 5:45 pm at the Anacortes Senior Center (1701 22nd St.).
This evening’s presentation will be about the Anacortes Energy Challenge, which is coming up in March. Jensen Lovelett will speak about the Georgetown University Energy Prize we’re in competition for, how we can all take part, and what we’ll win!
Open to all and welcome; no reservations necessary. Suggested supper donation $7/adult; $3/10 and under. Please bring your own place settings. Seventh Generation Suppers include a sharing time and programs to help build local resilience and reduce carbon dependency. For more information, visit transitionfidalgo.org.
Alger Community Hall
March 24th, 7 pm
Free Movie and Popcorn. BYOB
Just Eat It!
We all love food. As a society, we devour countless cooking shows, culinary magazines and foodie blogs. So how could we possibly be throwing nearly 50% of it in the trash? Read more...
Co-hosted by Friends of Skagit Beaches and Chuckanut Transition
Want to get more involved?
Consider joining the
Sustainable Samish Garden Tour Organizing Committee
Our first meeting will be
Wednesday, March 2nd at 5pm
at the Alger Bar & Grill
Garden tour date has been tentatively set for Sunday, July 31st
We are looking for gardens to be on the tour (weeds are welcome!). If interested email us at email@example.com
Edison Chicken Parade
Sunday, February 28th at 12 noon
Please join us for the legendary Chicken Parade!
Wear a costume, be a bird, get ready to cluck your way down the street!
ATTENTION BEACH LOVERS!
Skagit County Marine Biotoxin Volunteer Training
Do you enjoy spending time at the beach, digging clams, learning new skills, and contributing your time to a worthwhile community project? The Skagit Conservation District and the Skagit County Health Department are seeking interested community volunteers (age 18 and up) to provide support in monitoring Skagit County’s recreational beaches for paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) and diarrhetic shellfish poisoning (DSP) during spring/summer low tides. Note promotional flier attached.
Time commitment for this program will include approximately 4 to 6 hours a month from April through September after completing the orientation and training. Training and orientation is scheduled for Thursday, March 10th from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm and on Tuesday, March 15th from 3 to 4:30 pm. New volunteers should attend both training events. To register for the program or for more information, contact: Kristi Carpenter, Skagit Conservation District, (360) 428-4313 or email: Kristi@skagitcd.org Registration Deadline: March 7th.
Participation in the program may require walking on rocky or muddy terrain (on the beach) and the ability to use a shovel and dig for clams and/or cockles and muscles.
If you live in the Samish Watershed and have an event you would like to post, send info. to firstname.lastname@example.org.