Please join our Annual General Meeting, tomorrow evening at 7pm. Have your say in GETI goals and activities for the coming year. We will also be electing our board members; if you've had interest in joining our board, this is your opportunity.
As is often the case in these times, this meeting is online, via Zoom. Use this link (or phone number) to join:…
Added by Michael Nelson on March 23, 2021 at 1:01pm —
If you receive a message within our GETI network from Joseph Mclaughlin or John E. McKenzie, I strongly encourage you not to respond. Members have received messages that look very much like spam. Both members have been removed. I may be in error, and if you have evidence to the contrary, please do let me know.
Added by Michael Nelson on October 26, 2020 at 5:16pm —
Would you like to see the City of Maple Ridge setting reduction targets for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, writing plans to meet these targets, and reporting on progress? If so we'd like your help.
Maple Ridge Climate Hub is putting forth a resolution to Council scheduled for workshop on May 11. The resolution recommends
- Updating community-wide GHG emissions reduction targets and suggests…
Added by Michael Nelson on April 26, 2020 at 11:00am —
We're wishing you and your loved ones a safe and happy holiday season from your friends at GETI.
Added by Michael Nelson on December 20, 2017 at 7:36pm —
Hello, all GETTI Groups and Members who have an information panel or link on our GETI website.
Wendy Cook here wishing you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
I have been asked to check with you all to ensure that your group contact information is up to date and to ask if you wish to maintain your membership in GETI.
If there are any changes to your address or link, please send an update request to our Web Wizzard Mike. This will ensure all inquiries coming through… Continue
Added by Wendy Cook Peace Twig on December 20, 2017 at 2:31pm —
Make sure you click on the link below to check out the intro to "Blue Door" on the CEED Centres website! (Article written by Calvin and Christian, thanks guys!)
Added by Teesha Sharma on June 29, 2015 at 3:51pm —
HUB Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows is getting ready for the fourth year of our Cycle Recycle. We collect donated bikes as well as bikes from the Recycle Depot. We'll clean them up and do some minor repairs before giving them away through a draw at the Earth Day event on April 18.
If you have any used bikes to donate, please contact Jackie at email@example.com or… Continue
Added by Jackie Chow on March 15, 2015 at 10:18pm —
A development proposal for an 18-storey tower is on the agenda for the upcoming Public Hearing on December 9, 6 pm.
This is for one of 4 towers in the pipeline for the Brown/Edge/Dewdney area, and in another 5 years or so from now a developer is expected to move ahead with 5 more towers between Brown and Dewdney, west of 224th.
These highrises will have a major impact on density in the town core, as well as on our road system, since most people still rely on their cars quite a… Continue
Added by Jackie Chow on December 5, 2014 at 2:47pm —
HUB Cycling has just published the responses to the two-question questionnaire sent out to candidates across Metro Vancouver.
The first question was specific to each community: Continue
In the case of Maple Ridge:
"Do you agree that it's absolutely critical that we start to apply the principles of Smart Growth not only in the Town Core, but within the urban boundary, so that we can build a healthier, more sustainable community where people are…
Added by Jackie Chow on November 3, 2014 at 5:00pm —
The deadline for the recent Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows’ Artist in Residence Call to submit proposals for two studio residencies – Osprey Village Retail Storefront, Pitt Meadows (two years) and Fern Crescent Residence, Maple Ridge (three years) has been extended to MAY 21. The opportunity is open to all Canadian artistic teams and collectives in all disciplines including writers, composers, visual artists, musicians, poets, choreographers, theatre artists, video,…
Added by Jennifer Zickerman on May 7, 2014 at 10:43pm —
Fraser Health is looking for survey participants for a study to learn how lifestyles, environment, neighbourhood characteristics and daily interactions affect our health over time. The survey is online and doesn't take much time. The more participants the survey gets, the better the statistics that influence decisions based on those statistics. https://www.myhealthmycommunity.org/survey
Added by Jennifer Zickerman on May 6, 2014 at 11:27pm —
My name is Keith. I live in Vancouver but I joined GETI just over a year ago because my family owns property in Maple Ridge so I was interested in learning about sustainability initiatives taking place in the area and making some connections.
Our acreage in east Maple Ridge is currently vacant and under-utilized. I would like for the land to become productive, ideally with permaculture principles in mind, with the goal of contributing to local food security. As I am… Continue
Added by Keith Jones on March 24, 2014 at 8:03pm —
If anyone has any old, unused bikes taking up space in the garage, HUB is having its annual "Cycle Recycle Free Bike Draw" at Earth Day (April 26). HUB tunes and tidies up the bikes and then gives them away via a free draw. Contact Jackie Chow for more info.
Added by Jennifer Zickerman on March 19, 2014 at 9:28am —
We're busy planning for GETIFest 2014, which will be on Saturday September 20 at the Memorial Peace Park. Our theme this year is "imagining the future of our community".
Not very catchy, is it? Help us come up with something better. Current slogan ideas:
- Imagine Community
- Vision of our Community
- Future Community
- Community 2040
If you like one of these ideas, or have a better idea, please say so in the comments.
Added by Jennifer Zickerman on March 18, 2014 at 11:15pm —
Our Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows HUB committee is planning a Spring Bike Tune-up Workshop and is looking for people who feel they have some skills to share. If you know how to fix a flat, adjust/fix brakes, change brake pads, lube and do other minor bike repairs and would like to teach others, we’d love to hear from you! Date still to be determined, but most likely at the Haney Farmers Market on a Saturday this Spring. If you can help, please send me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or… Continue
Added by Jackie Chow on January 30, 2014 at 2:13pm —
Our Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows HUB committee is planning a Spring Bike Tune-up Workshop and is looking for people who feel they have some skills to share. If you know how to fix a flat, adjust/fix brakes, change brake pads, lube and do other minor bike repairs and would like to teach others, we’d love to hear from you! Date still to be determined, but most likely at the Haney Farmers Market on a Saturday this Spring. E-mail me at email@example.com, or pass on this message if you know… Continue
Added by Jackie Chow on January 30, 2014 at 1:48pm —
Annual General Meeting, 7th January, 2014…
Added by Jennifer Zickerman on January 22, 2014 at 9:00pm —
Rob Hopkins, founder of the Transition movement, is currently on a tour across the US. He's writing blog posts about the cities he visits and their Transition Towns. It's a very interesting look at what other groups are up to.
Added by Jennifer Zickerman on October 11, 2013 at 11:12am —
I've written a post on the Neighbourhood Champions website about the municipality's plans to implement software that will improve citizens' ability to be informed about municipal activities and discuss local issues with municipal representatives and other citizens. Feel free to take a look at the… Continue
Added by Jennifer Zickerman on October 11, 2013 at 10:59am —
My name is Emily and I am a recent graduate. I have a Bachelor of Arts Degree with Distinction from SFU with a major in Communications, a minor in Sociology, and a certificate in Liberal Arts. I am currently pursuing the certificate for Decision Making for Climate Change through UBC. As I would like to get into environmental consultation professionally, I look forward to participating in GETI initiatives in the near future.
Added by Emily G on September 6, 2013 at 8:53am —