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Nancy Rauhauser
  • Seattle, WA
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Jan 6, 2013
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Little Free Libraries in Pinehurst

Pinehurst has its first Little Free Library (see www.littlefreelibrary.org) and there will be more to come! Read about it and see a photo at: http://www.pinehurstseattle.org/2012/08/18/come-use-our-little-free-library/Ours has been up three days and already people are coming by to leave a book and take a book. And there are…See More
Aug 20, 2012
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Edible Conversations Series - Kim Ricketts Book Events

I can't find a way to add an event, so I'll post this as a blog.... I haven't been to any of these book events, but I thought some of you may be interested in this one.Edible Conversations, June 8, 7 - 9 pm at the Palace Ballroom, is a new Book Events series. It is in partnership with Edible Seattle, and its goal is to gather the community together to learn from someone doing good work in the fields of sustainability, farming, fishing and community, while also having a fun and delicious time.…See More
Jun 3, 2010
Nancy Rauhauser replied to Joann Kerr's discussion Ning
"I'll ask what Seattle Pinehurst blog's yearly cost is. http://www.pinehurstseattle.org/"
Apr 24, 2010
Nancy Rauhauser posted a blog post

Next City: Sustainable Urbanization Series - UW Provost Lecture April 21

City in Five Acts: Interpreting Urban ExperienceYou're invited to the sixth lecture in the University of Washington's NEXT CITY: Sustainable Urbanization series. Daniel S. Friedman, Dean of the UW College of Built Environments, will deliver the Spring 2010 Provost Distinguished Lecture, City in Five Acts: Interpreting Urban Experience.Presented by UW Provost Phyllis Wise, Dean Friedman's lecture will explore the "analogical city" and offer five interpretive vignettes that frame evolving images…See More
Apr 18, 2010
Tristan Heberlein commented on Nancy Rauhauser's blog post No Title
"Does anyone know of any Earth Day 2010 volunteer work parties that could use a dump truck to haul stuff? I'm looking to volunteer - and I have one available. Please contact me if so - preferably in the NE Seattle Area. Thanks, Tristan…"
Mar 7, 2010
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Feb 23, 2010

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What parts of our mission are you interested in (for example, growing food/food security, appropriate energy technologies, transportation, community building, etc.)?
community building, urban tree canopy and sharing space with wildlife, sustainability, urban farming
How do you see yourself being involved with Sustainable NE Seattle? What skills, talents and passions are you willing to share?
I'm looking to get involved, not sure yet what will grab me. I can help organize events.
List other affiliations/groups that you participate in with similar missions.
I've recently become involved in helping to organize and host neighborhood meetings related to the Merlin falcons nesting by my house, where we're educating neighbors about urban wildlife, tree canopy, falcon lifecycle, etc.
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Victory Heights/Pinehurst
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Nancy Rauhauser's Blog

Buy Nothing Northeast Seattle

Do you know about the Buy Nothing Northeast Seattle group on Facebook? It is a marvelous place to post when you have usable things you want to give away, or to ask for something you need. In other words, it's a forum for micro-local gift economy in action. I got rid of a big pile of (useless to me) rocks this week to a guy who was excited to have them for landscaping, and I gave a pair of shelves to a woman who wanted to build steps for her cat. Last month a fellow gave me a…

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Posted on December 4, 2013 at 1:08pm — 2 Comments

First Earth video

Check out the video "First Earth" by David Sheen from the Seattle Public Library. It's all about cob architecture. Not how-to, but why-to. It shows people in Ethiopia building traditional homes, and Yemen, as well as the movement in the U.S., England, etc. Even the extra features are great - interviews, slide shows.

Posted on March 10, 2013 at 9:44pm

Seattle Sketcher draws the tool library!

Check out Seattle Times article on the tool library - 

http://blogs.seattletimes.com/seattlesketcher/?p=4822

Posted on January 6, 2013 at 10:52am

Little Free Libraries in Pinehurst

Pinehurst has its first Little Free Library (see www.littlefreelibrary.org) and there will be more to come! Read about it and see a photo at: 

http://www.pinehurstseattle.org/2012/08/18/come-use-our-little-free-library/



Ours has been up three days and already people are coming by to leave a book and take a…
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Posted on August 20, 2012 at 12:18pm

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At 10:10pm on February 24, 2010, Dave Wall said…
Hi Nancy, Welcome to the group! --Dave Wall
At 8:39pm on February 23, 2010, Carol L. Kibble said…
I love what your doing about tree canopy and the falcons! Today I had a bird in my yard that I thought was a falcon or a sharp-shinned hawk. I'm just a beginner in bird id, so I could be wrong on both counts... However, I'm pretty sure it was a raptor of some sort - not much bigger than a robin though??? - possibly a juvenile... I'd love to find out more about the Merlin falcons!
 
 
 

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