Showing posts from February, 2016

CLASS- How to Divide Hostas and Rhubarb

Join Carolyn Baumgarten and the rest of the garden folks at our free class

Dividing Hostas and Rhubarb in the Spring

Saturday, March 5. 2016  Noon to 1pm 

Donations to support the Center and Teacher appreciated  Getting to Chuckanut Center 
We are located in Bellingham's South neighborhood, at 107 Chuckanut Drive North in Fairhaven Park, a short walk from the Fairhaven shopping district.

Getting here on foot: From Fairhaven, walk south on 12th St. and cross the Padden Creek bridge. We are immediately on your left after crossing the bridge. Or, you could walk along Padden Creek on the Interurban Trail and follow the signs to Fairhaven Park.

Getting here by bicycle: Basically follow the same routes as walking. Chuckanut Drive is a major arterial running north and south. Secure bicycle parking is provided on site.

Getting here by bus:
Route 105 connects downtown/WWU/Fairhaven and has a bus stop directly in front of our site.
Route 14 connects Downtown/WWU/Fairhaven and requires a two block…

Program Proposal


Garden Proposal

Invitation to Potential Gardeners

Mission Statement:  The Chuckanut Center grows Food, Skills and a Resilient Community.

Our organization partners with individuals and other organizations to create is looking for a wide variety of educational gardens that support and demonstrate our mission statement.

We are currently accepting applications for educational gardens for 2017 and beyond.

Garden proposals are evaluated once a year for the garden space available for the start of the Spring garden season.

Proposals will be evaluated for those that best align with the mission of Chuckanut Center.

Garden Proposals will be collected by the Garden Coordinator, reviewed by the Garden Committee and forwarded to the Board for final approval. You will be notified once we have completed our review, most likely by late March if your proposal has been approved

We support proposals that either directly donate food to community, through entities causes such as the Food Bank,  or provide an educatio…