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Planning Commission at City Hall
February 9th. 6pm

Haven't heard about the Grow Community?

Curious about One Planet Living?

Interested in learning more?

Join us for a public meeting with the Bainbridge Island Planning Commission at City Hall
Thursday, February 9th, 6pm

Community Rendering

Sunday February 26th

Grow Community will have a team riding in this years Bainbridge Island Chilly Hilly bike ride.  We would love for you to join our team.  Please contact: if you are interested.

Go to the official event page to learn more



The Lorax is coming to
Bainbridge Island!


We hope you will join us for a private showing of Dr Seuss'
"The Lorax" on opening weekend to raise funds to support EcoTrust - Uganda's Trees for Global Benefits initiative.

Your ticket will grant you access to our pre-movie reception where we will have refreshments and kid-friendly activities, followed by a private showing of Dr Seuss' "The Lorax" movie.  All proceeds from ticket sales will support EcoTrust - Uganda's TREES FOR GLOBAL BENEFITS initiative, assisting small farmers in Uganda to plant and maintain trees, a program that helps to offset global carbon impacts while improving economic opportunity.


Trees for Global Benefits, LORAX Fundraiser 
Community Workshop
A huge Thank You to everyone who attended the community-building workshop last Friday.  We were inspired, amazed and humbled by your interest and your incredible ideas.  We look forward to more thoughtful discussions as we develop a new model for living at Grow Community.

If you have any additional ideas to share please don't hesitate to contact us: 
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the Ocean

Imagine you live in a home that requires little energy, both from you, your planet, and your bank account. You sit on your rooftop deck above the central green, where children are playing, your neighbors are gardening in the pea patches, and someone is reading under a tree. Go outside. Feed your compost to the chickens. Take the path to a barn where you collect your mail- --and chat with your neighbors. You are a five minute stroll (or roll) from town, where you can pick up a few groceries, launch your kayak in Eagle Harbor, or ride the ferry to downtown Seattle. You can even take the car share to venture off island.


Your life is remarkably comfortable and low maintenance. Your load is lighter -- on your mind and on the planet.

Imagine that!  



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