Structured to Feel Welcome
I apologize if the email we sent last night felt off-putting in regards to Sahale's Covid and dog policies.
The good news is that Northwest Permaculture has organized this gathering to create safety with the unknown. To respect the residents and create out time in the unregulated spaces where Covid doesn't have to be our focus. All our meeting spaces are open-air, outside or in breezy buildings where masks are optional. The only time vaccination status comes up is when picking volunteer duties, either in the kitchen (Sahales main food hub- vax only folx volunteer here) or at the rest of camp.
I have been very diligent to setup our time so that we all can feel welcome and like full participants all weekend! I look forward to camping in the woods, visiting with you all and enjoying the wilderness of the hood canal.
Shaelee, president NWPC
I am rather preoccupied with final bits and getting there, but feel free to email if you are concerned or have questions.
Sylvan S Bonin
10/22/2021 01:51:49 pm
Regarding Covid: there was a lot of close contact and crowding. We are sure to have cases of Covid 19 after the event. Can you provide a place for folx to self-report confirmed cases so that we can do a little bit of contact tracing? People Care includes taking care of each other in the real present situation of a Pandemic.
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