We envision Seattle as community where conflict is embraced as an opportunity to build community relationships, cultivate trust, and empower citizens. The mission of Seattle Restorative Justice is to bring a restorative justice system to Seattle and King County, as a parallel justice system in harmony with existing structures. We seek to end the school to prison pipeline and bring healing and accountability wherever harm is done.
We are building a network of organizations,…Continue
Added by Susan Partnow on August 19, 2014 at 2:18pm — No Comments
How would you like to live your life as one fully engaged from the heart? Come join us in this deep and powerful practice. You will learn to step out of the drama triangle of victim-perpetrator-rescuer to live fully empowered, speaking and listening from the heart, cultivating compassion and respect for self and others, managing your triggers, building your capacity for connection and authenticity. As a Compassionate Listener, you can help bring peace and healing to your life and our…Continue
Added by Susan Partnow on August 19, 2014 at 2:00pm — No Comments
Streetscape guidelines and zoning recommendations have been prepared for 35th Ave NE based on community feedback from 2 well attended public workshops. The proposed plans were presented at a 3rd public workshop on July 31st. Additional feedback was provided by the community on the proposed plan at that public workshop, but the 35th Ave Committee also wanted to allow those who couldn't attend to provide feedback as well. So, the information was posted on their website for review. Click…Continue
Added by Per Johnson on August 14, 2014 at 11:00am — No Comments
I've started a digital asset called GreenCoin. It's purpose is to track carbon mitigation. Renewable producers (such as home solar) receive free coins for being part of the network. Please ping me if you are interested!
learn more at www.grcoin.com
Added by Chris Ashfield on June 10, 2014 at 10:41am — No Comments
Please support Horticulture and Garden Education at Nathan Hale High School. Our 2014 plant sale dates are: Wed 5/7 and Thurs 5/8 from 2 PM to 6 PM, and Sat 5/10 from 9 AM to 3 PM. We have organic fuchsias, geraniums, and literally thousands of vegetable starts. All plants were grown from seed or plug by our students! We are located north of Jane Addams K-8 School. Please visit the Hale website for more information. See…Continue
Added by Jessica Torvik Lee on May 4, 2014 at 10:48am — No Comments
This past Saturday, an intrepid half dozen of us set out on a quest for NE Seattle's feral nettle. The class was organized through Sustainable NE Seattle with resources from Meadowbrook Community Center, the Sustainable NE Seattle Community Kitchen, and the NE Seattle Tool Library. We met at Cedar Park School, on NE 135th St. and after a few comments about harvesting…Continue
Added by Patrick Linder on May 2, 2014 at 11:00pm — No Comments
NE Seattle residents will be discussing streetscape design and zoning for the 35th Ave NE Business District over the coming months. This is a community-driven planning effort that is funded by a grant from the City of Seattle. The 1st of 3 public workshops takes place TOMORROW (4/22), from 7-9PM at Messiah Lutheran Church (7050 35th Ave…Continue
Added by Per Johnson on April 21, 2014 at 2:59pm — No Comments
EarthCorps, a locally based nonprofit, provides service and leadership training experiences for young adults from around the US and the world. We are in need of a few more homestay host families or individuals for our international participants who arrive at the end of May. Homestays receive a stipend of up to $500 per month to offset food and utility costs. Host family must provide a clean, furnished room, shared bathroom and a welcoming home environment. International…Continue
Added by Su Thieda on April 10, 2014 at 4:42pm — No Comments
As Leo said, we had an excellent response to our meeting on March 23rd, looking at how Sustainable NE Seattle will look as we move forward. We had a very clear message, in the form of a unanimous vote on a single model.
Based on that, we are moving forward with hammering out the details, with the intent of having things ready to pass over to the Board of Directors in just a few weeks! We are eager to have the input of any who want to contribute, so…Continue
A huge "thank you" goes out to the 30+ people who participated in our "(Re)Building Sustainable NE Seattle" event this past Sunday! Attendees sacrificed a gorgeous Spring Sunday afternoon to help determine how the organization will be structured, now that a Board of Directors is about to be elected and the…Continue
Seattle Tree Fruit Society Spring Grafting Fair - March 22, 10-3pm at the Cedar Valley Grange, 20526 52nd Ave W, Lynnwood, WA 98036.
Join STFS at the Cedar Valley Grange, and practice grafting apples, pears and stone fruits. More than 200 varieties of apples, and numerous varieties of pears, plums and cherries will be available for sale, as well as a limited number of potted berries, and currants. In addition, grape, kiwi and fig cuttings will be available. Learn about fruit…Continue
Added by Mike Ewanciw on March 12, 2014 at 3:36pm — No Comments
An up-to-date list of shelters in King County can be found at:…Continue
Added by Theresa Edwards on December 6, 2013 at 4:30pm — No Comments
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…Continue
In August of this year, my wife and I started a new peer-to-peer self-storage company right here in Meadowbrook called StowThat.com. The basic premise is this: if you have extra space to spare – like a garage or basement or shed – we have an online marketplace where you can rent it out to people looking for local, less expensive, and safer self-storage space.
StowThat.com helps support sustainability in a number of ways. By helping people put to use underutilized space as…Continue
Added by Joe Mele on December 3, 2013 at 12:28pm — No Comments
For more than a year, a community-driven planning effort has been occurring for the 35th Ave NE corridor. We started off the planning process by hosting a series of community meetings, called Coffee Talks, to learn about various planning topics. Since that time, the steering committee has been behind the scenes gathering data on…Continue
Added by Per Johnson on June 17, 2013 at 12:24pm — No Comments
Our monthly general meeting on May 16, 2013, was both a celebration and an outline for our future. As part of our planning for the future, Sustainable NE Seattle is applying for 501(c)3 status. The steering committee has been working to come up with by-laws to form a framework for our work together.
For those who couldn't make it, here's a summary of the presentation.
Added by Leo Brodie on May 20, 2013 at 10:02am — No Comments
Second Use is hosting an event to gather unused portions of paint - there's a sight fee to drop off paint, but worth it to keep paint out of our waterways and landfills!
Added by Susan Gregory on April 27, 2013 at 3:50pm — No Comments
21 Acres Center for Local Food and Sustainable Living
13701 NE 171st Street
Woodinville, WA 98072
Added by Cascadian Edible Landscapes on April 27, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments
"Hi, my name is Keith, and I am a beekeeper."
Does this sound familiar? Sometimes that's the way it feels, like I have to admit that I am hooked on keeping bees and I need help.
Are there others, keeping bees in Northeast Seattle, that think they could benefit from working together rather than alone, with their bees? Regular monitoring of the bees and doing what's right to keep them happy goes a long way towards achieving a successful harvest of honey. And I would like to…Continue
All over the world we are confronted with rising sea levels and more frequent hurricanes and tropical storms. We will see more heavy rains and low lying regions and coastal areas will get seriously affected by flooding. Rising sea levels and current action will allow waves to reach further on to our beaches, and our fragile beach and dunes systems cannot always cope with these forces and have no time to adjust. This is when beach erosion will occur, and we will have to protect ourselves and…Continue
Added by Kate Deliso on April 21, 2013 at 6:29am — No Comments