Taming Bigfoot: Carbon Footprints – Mar 26

Where:  University Unitarian Church, 6556 – 35th Ave NE
When:  3pm – 5pm

Please join this enjoyable and informative presentation by the originator of Taming Bigfoot, Dr. Rober Bindschadler, a retired NASA scientist, now living in Quilcene, WA. Bring anyone and everyone that may be interested in participating in a Seattle competition to reduce carbon emissions in our communities and encourage local and state legislation to reduce our collective carbon footprint.

This campaign was successfully carried out in the Port Townsend area during 2016 with 105 participants and 15 teams!  It’s titled Taming Bigfoot to emphasize the goal of getting a handle on carbon emissions in the Pacific Northwest and to help residents answer the commonly asked questions of “what can I do to make a difference?” and “how do I know how much of a difference I make?”  In addition to the core educational aspect, other goals are to make it both fun and easy for participants and to strengthen community ties by working with others in what is clearly a common need.

A collaborative initiative of the Faith Action Climate Team (an interfaith organization) and University Unitarian Church’s Climate Action Team.  All are welcome!  Come find out how you can join in!  For more info, contact Deejah at  or Andie.