A critical meeting on zoning and parks for West Seattleites. Continue reading Meeting for Zoning and Parks
This guest post is an open letter from Cass Turnbull (1951-2017), president of TreePac, and its board members. Also see below, for more information and upcoming meeting details: TreePAC is against the proposed expansion of the Seattle Asian Art Museum … Continue reading Seattle Asian Art Museum’s Expansion: Losing greenspace, one ‘good’ idea at a time
Last Day to Comment on the Seattle Comprehensive Plan! Please send in your comments TODAY to the city. Email your comments directly to: firstname.lastname@example.org For ideas, see our comments below. If you don’t have time to read the entire DEIS document, you can always simply write something similar to ours, or state that you agree with our comments. Here’s what we submitted: _______________________________________ Comments to the Draft EIS – Seattle 2035 Submitted by Seattle Nature Alliance June 17, 2015 Seattle Nature Alliance offers our comments on the Draft EIS. The Alliance represents Seattle citizens interested in preserving and protecting Seattle … Continue reading Don’t Let Development Ruin Seattle!
It might not seem like that much – say, 5,000 square feet, the size of an average city lot in Seattle. But when you look at what once was living there and the current deadness of the space surrounded by a vibrant forest, well… This horseshoe pit in Lincoln Park was built in the mid 1930’s by the WPA. It has not been used regularly in decades. Its most frequent activity these days is a weekend beer party in the summer. See over 100 pictures taken there in the last eight months. There are six trees growing within its chain … Continue reading Mitigating the Loss of Nature, part 1