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SAN JUAN ISLAND GRANGE OPPOSES TRANS PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP

At our May membership meeting, San Juan Island Grange #966 formally adopted a resolution against the Trans Pacific Partnership. Our Grange calls for the rejection of TPP and other “Fast Track” agreements as undemocratic and therefore against the values of … Continue reading

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POLYFACES: SPECIAL PRE-RELEASE SCREENING THURSDAY FEBRUARY 11TH

Set amidst the stunning Shenandoah Valley in northern Virginia, Polyface Farm is led by Joel Salatin, “the world’s most innovative farmer” (TIME) and uses no chemicals and feeds over 6,000 families and many restaurants and food outlets within a 3 … Continue reading

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SAN JUAN ISLAND GRANGE OPPOSES MARIJUANA MORATORIUM

At its January 7th, 2015 business meeting San Juan Island Grange #966 resolved to oppose the Proposed Moratorium on Marijuana Production. Even though the San Juan County Council has withdrawn the proposal, San Juan Island Grange #966 would like to … Continue reading

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CLIMATE CHANGE AND LOCAL WEATHER, JULY 31

Dr Nicholas Bond, Research Meteorologist, University of Washington, will attempt to answer the question, “How will global climate change play out in our neck of the woods?” at a presentation at the San Juan Island Grange Hall on Thursday July 31 … Continue reading

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ADAPTING TO A CHANGING CLIMATE

Impact Adaptation: Lara Whitely Binder Outreach Specialist, Climate Impacts Group and Center for Science in the Earth System, University of Washington. 7 p.m. San Juan Island Grange Hall, Thursday July 24. In the latest in the Climate Action Imperative lecture … Continue reading

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CLIMATE CHANGE AND FOOD, JULY 10 AT BRICKWORKS

Climate change is having an increasingly strong impact on our ability to grow food, around the world and here on our island. Find out more at an illustrated talk by Washington State University researcher Chad Kruger at Friday Harbor Brickworks … Continue reading

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CLONE YOURSELF

I suggest that couples split up, friends go their separate ways, families break apart. Am I advocating social chaos? No, just offering ideas on how you can see both important presentations on Wednesday night at 7PM. Maybe you can all … Continue reading

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