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Sustainable NE Seattle is a member of Sustainable Communities All Over Puget Sound (SCALLOPS)
We are also the 19th Transition Initiative officially recognized in the United States by Transition US.
Welcome to the site for Sustainable NE Seattle, a Transition Initiative.
We are a multi-neighborhood organization, working together on various action projects in such areas as food security and growing local food, alternative transportation systems and neighborhood mapping, tree and habitat preservation, green building and energy efficiency...trying to effect positive change for our locality, creating a world that works for all.
We welcome your participation.
Started by Maria Renninger in For Sale / Barter Jun 24.
Started by judy kinney in Other Events May 22.
I'm not at all sure that anyone will see this, but I am working on getting the word out to NE Seattle (a work in progress):
Sunday, Sept 24, 2-5pm, Phinney Center Community Hall (Brick Building, parking lot on 67th)
Musical Fundraiser for First Nations people standing against Kinder Morgan Pipeline expansion, Tar Sands to BC coast and the Salish Sea. Please come, learn, donate what you can! Enjoy jazz and related music from fine local musicians. Donate to win raffle gifts and…Continue
Posted by Mary Paterson on September 10, 2017 at 9:03pm
Nature’s “built-in” art is all around us, from the delicate and graceful branching of Vine Maples to the coats of moss and lichen on basalt rocks, and so much more. We humans have always been inspired to made art about nature, and from nature itself, which is the inspiration for this brand new, creative class series!
Each class will feature exploration and observation in the Children’s Garden and nearby park areas, followed by a beautiful and…Continue
Posted by Emily Bishton on February 20, 2017 at 9:05am
2017 CCL Greater Pacific Northwest Regional Conference
Finding Common Ground: Inspiring, Educating and Collaborating Around Effective Climate Action
Seeking inspiration to build the political will to address climate change?
Join climate solution advocates from our…
Posted by Anne Engstrom on February 15, 2017 at 11:25am
If you are considering adding nuts to your edible mix, I recommend that you attend the December meeting of the Seattle Tree Fruit Society (Dec. 10 – 10:00 – Magnuson Park – Brig Building). At this gathering, we are fortunate to have Michael Dolan presenting a unique topic: Growing Nuts in the Pacific Northwest. Michael is well known in fruit growing circles, as he and his family own and operate Burnt Ridge Nursery and Orchard in Onalaska, Washington. Burnt…Continue
Posted by Mike Ewanciw on December 5, 2016 at 12:41am