Seattle needs to protect its park natural areas so future generations will have daily access to wild nature. Continue reading Will Seattle Keep its Urban Wild?
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!
I love Seattle weather. I guess it helps that I’m a native, and I’ve learned how to cope with it. It boils down to two things: appropriate clothing, and a willingness to go outside every day, rain or shine. … Continue reading Survival Guide to Seattle Weather
After my statement at the Delridge District Community Meeting last week, about Seattle’s upcoming Off-Leash Plan, there were a few questions. Here are a few more. Do we support off-leash? Really? Yes. We really do. We also support leashed … Continue reading Seattle’s Off-Leash Plan
Last Sunday after finishing a gorgeous hike in Seward Park’s old-growth forest, I passed a young family just starting out on the trail. Their little boy was bouncing along with that pure kid-joy that makes your heart melt just to … Continue reading Why We Need Nature in Seattle
Some things don’t belong in an urban forest! Last week, a Seattle Times article touted the success of a commercial zip line in Bellevue’s Eastgate Park. The article seemed to imply that Seattle is missing out because zip lines are … Continue reading Why zip lines get us RILED