A misplaced trail could damage forest restoration areas. You can help by emailing the city! Continue reading Help Martha Washington Park!
Did you know Seattle’s Off-Leash Policy is under review? Your favorite park could become open range for free-running dogs. The Parks Department calls the concept “Variable Hours”, meaning some locations in some parks might allow off-leash at certain times of … Continue reading Seattle should not approve off-leash in natural 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
We oppose the Parks Department’s Supplemental Use Guidelines, including their latest version of changes, which includes new language. Is the latest version of Parks’ policy change any more palatable? NO! This is why: We should preserve these areas for the … Continue reading NO “New Uses” in Seattle Natural Areas