Seventh Generation Supper

Join Transition Fidalgo & Friends for a community supper on Tuesday, November 28, at 5:45 pm at the Anacortes Senior Center, 1701 22nd St.

Larry Campbell and Jamie Donatuto of the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community will join us to speak on "Swinomish First Foods and Community Health as Indicators of Climate Change."

Dr. Jamie Donatuto is a Community Environmental Health Analyst for the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. Larry Campbell is the Community Health Specialist in the Swinomish Community Environmental Health Program, and a distinguished Swinomish tribal elder. Together, they co-manage the Swinomish Community Environmental Health Program.

Their project is to develop and implement a Swinomish community health climate change impact assessment based on simple descriptive scales to evaluate the connections between community health and natural resources. How is community health affected as nearshore habitats change, impacting the availability of traditional foods? Results of their study will be integrated into the Swinomish Climate Change Impact Assessment and Action Plan.


Open to all and welcome; no reservations necessary.

Suggested supper donation (catered by Gere-a-Deli): $5/adult; $3/10 and under. 

Please bring your own place settings.

Live music by The Enthusiasts!


Seventh Generation Suppers include a community sharing time and programs to help build local resilience and reduce carbon dependency.  

05:45 PM


Anacortes Senior Center