(April 26 update: Seattle Parks has agreed to put up temporary fencing around the orchid for the event. Read on…) They’re back, if you know where to look. In Seattle’s Lincoln Park, Phantom Orchids are pushing up through the ground. Pretty … Continue reading They’re baaack, and they need help…
Cass Turnbull (1951-2017) , founder of Plant Amnesty and TreePac, and Seattle’s preeminent spokesperson for the importance of all things tree, has written a thoughtful article, “No Place for Old Trees”, outlining what’s at stake and what’s in store for Seattle, … Continue reading No Place for Old Trees
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
City Council’s proposed legislation to allow camping in Seattle Parks must be stopped. There are few human activities that will impact an urban forest as much as camping. This recent camp in Magnuson Park was in place less than a month, and now the … Continue reading No Camping in Seattle Parks!
Why post a bird list from the middle of Seattle, in the middle of the summer? It’s usually a relatively slow time for birders. What makes this especially notable is its location – and the controversy surrounding it. Cheasty Greenspace … Continue reading Fantastic Breeding Bird list for Cheasty–summer 2016