Into the woods we went, for a meeting of the Lincoln Park Habitat Committee. You have to feel lucky when your meeting happens outdoors, and especially when it’s on a sunny winter day in Seattle. The Committee is made up of … Continue reading A Walk in the Woods
We hope you will join us in the effort to preserve and protect our natural areas by becoming a Member of Seattle Nature Alliance (SNA). Your membership will help us continue to spread the word, facilitate on-going conversations and collaborations, and help … Continue reading Join Us!
What if you could time-travel to the Age of Dinosaurs, perhaps to wander through a misty forest and gather a few seeds? Could you plant your own little Jurassic Forest back here at home? It’s a bit like what the … Continue reading Jurassic Forest of West Seattle
It seems you can’t go around a corner in a discussion about environment in Seattle these days without hearing about trees. Trees are in the news. Finally. There are the headline making stories like the removal of a dozen mature … Continue reading Trees
Most of us live in cities now. What does that mean for how we access, appreciate, and create meaningful natural experiences? Do we have to leave town to have a quality experience with nature? Is there anything we can do … Continue reading Summer Reading
Two years ago today, amid a firestorm of controversy and outrage from the community, Seattle Parks withdrew its plan to allow a commercial (GoApe) zipline in Lincoln Park. You can watch the nearly two hour video of the community meeting … Continue reading Zipline Zapped, Second Anniversary