Adobe SystemsWhat is Sustainable Wallingford?

www.sustainablewallingford.us

Green Wallingford social network site

 

We're sitting down to talk together next Saturday, November 8, from 10AM to noon at the Mosaic Community Coffeehouse at 4401 2nd Ave NE. See what's going on this month here.

 

A sustainable holiday carol for you!
A sustainable Wallingford energy plan for you!

 

 

Please take a survey, What Do You Really Think About Climate Change? www.sustainablewallingford.org/Questionnaire/  We will only be collecting survey data until November 30th, so please try to answer soon! Our friends in Sustainable Wallingford (UK) contacted us last month at Sustainable Wallingford US, to see if we could ask our townspeople the same questions at the same time. We want to see if we have similar interests, knowledge, and concerns in both countries. Wallingford, UK (www.SustainableWallingford.org) is a small town of about 10,000 people, located 47 miles (75 km) west of London. Wallingford, USA (www.SustainableWallingford.us) is a neighborhood of around 20,000 people, located 4 miles (6 km) north of Seattle. Please pass along this survey to your friends! We will publish survey results on our website, and in local newspapers. Thank you!

 

City of Seattle CO2 Tool

 

We meet every second Saturday from 10 to noon at Mosaic   Community Coffee House 4401 2nd Ave NE. Call (206) 547-9569 for more information. Join us!  [meeting summaries]

 

Where is Sustainable Wallingford?  Here is a map (3MB).  We are a neighborhood in Seattle, but people who come to Sustainable Wallingford meetings come from many places.  (Don't be confused -- there is more than one Sustainable Wallingford! -- see our British colleagues at www.sustainablewallingford.org)

 

Don't miss the Sustainable Wallingford Wheelbarrow Drill Team on YouTube!!!

 

Who is Sustainable Wallingford?  Here is a list of some of the people who have come to our meetings, along with their interests.

 

We are a group of neighbors and friends of Wallingford who meet every month to educate, participate, and celebrate.

 

 

We are a wheelbarrow organization—holding and moving forward ideas that are bubbling up in the community about how to live on one planet with joy and grace. We work to support the sustainable goals and aspirations of all of the wonderful people and institutions that build the Wallingford community. Read more about us at: www.tiny.cc/SW

 

Wallingford is a wheelbarrow full of wonderful people, places, and ideas