Hi, everyone: Maybe you already know by now but tomorrow is a one-time, four hour window in which you can safely recycle you expired prescriptions and other drugs.
Check out the site:
If you put in your zip code you can find out the locations. Bartell's is participating but not all stores. There is also a collection at the N.E. Precinct of the police department.
This collection and…Continue
I want to pass this information on to this group. All lectures are free and open to the public:
Seattle Tree Fruit Society
Spring Lecture Day
May 14, 2011 - Magnuson Park
7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA - Building #406 (“The Brig”)
All Lectures are Free and Open to the…Continue
Added by Mike Ewanciw on April 29, 2011 at 12:56pm — No Comments
NHHS's horticulture students are excited to offer organic vegetable starts, hanging baskets and bedding plants to our community. This year, we are teaming up with Jane Addams K-8 students to sell a nice selection of native trees and shrubs as well.
Plant Sale dates and times are:
Wed 5/4--2 to 6 PM
Thurs 5/5--2 to 6 PM
Fri 5/6--1 to 6 PM
Sat 5/7--9 AM to 1 PM
Our greenhouse is in a NEW location just north of Jane Addams K-8 School. From Lake City…Continue
Added by Jessica Torvik Lee on April 26, 2011 at 9:51pm — No Comments
What can we do to help the earth that requires no money, new infrastructure or technology, no legislation or political will, not even time (to speak of)?
I’ve been wondering, why not kick our disposable cup habit together and make an instantaneous, collective shift? Take three weeks. So I’ve put together a website and joined with some non-profits (Sustainable Seattle, Zero Waste, Green Fest). Coffeehouses are also onboard, including Caffe Ladro, Grateful Bread, and Cafe…Continue
Added by Karin de Weille on April 22, 2011 at 11:26am — No Comments
Dear Garden Lovin’ Community,
We are an edible landscape company that would like to support schools and help create healthy communities by offering fundraising opportunities through edible plant sales. Cascadian Edible Landscapes is a mission driven company: Our Goal is to…
Added by Cascadian Edible Landscapes on April 21, 2011 at 2:30pm — No Comments
One of my interests is gardening with native plants and I want to encourge everyone to use native plants in their gardens and remove alien plants. It is especially important to remove invasive alien plants like holly, ivy, laural, scotts broom, butterflybush and spurge, to name a very few. These alien plants are distructive to our native habitats and the creatures that require native habitats to live. Native plants are beautiful too and we really do not need to buy and invasive aliens from…Continue
Added by Lucy Weinberg on April 15, 2011 at 4:18pm — No Comments
The Magnuson Children's Garden is located inside the park, near the entry to the Community Garden. Built and maintained by volunteers since 2002, it is a vibrant, life-filled space for children and their parents to explore. The volunteers in the Children's Garden Committee will be hosting lots of great events this summer, all of which are fun for the whole family. You are always welcome to come by to lend a hand in sustaining this garden for an hour or two, or just drop in to enjoy our…Continue
Added by Emily Bishton on April 14, 2011 at 9:57am — No Comments
Edible Container Gardening Class
April 17th, Sunday at 1:00 – 2:00pm
Taught by Maia Eisen at
Urban Earth Nursery
1051 N. 35th St, Seattle 206-632-1760,
Maia does container garden design and installation and is a garden consultant and coach. She will show…Continue
Added by Maia on April 14, 2011 at 8:24am — No Comments
If you live on the Lake Washington shoreline, this is for you. Are you considering doing a “green” shoreline project, such as removing or setting back a bulkhead and adding beach area? Have you already done a green shoreline project?
If your answer to either question is “yes,” we would like to talk to you. We are looking for:
Added by Annette Frahm on April 12, 2011 at 4:25pm — No Comments
In an effort to launch a SPOKESPEOPLE group in this corner of the city, we are hoping that some more of the avid confident cyclists in the NE will attend the MAY 5 leader training for SPOKESPEOPLE. Presently we have 2 committed to do so. See below for details. THANK YOU so much for your attention.
Cascade Bicycle Club's…Continue
Added by Joann Kerr on April 12, 2011 at 4:10pm — No Comments
The SPOKESPEOPLE ride on Sat the 9th was very fun and informative. We stopped along the way to see the proposed sites for improvements to the roadways and additions of Bicycle Greenways that will be safer and better connections to main bike friendly routes and the Burke Gillman trail. We have…Continue
Added by Joann Kerr on April 11, 2011 at 9:00pm — No Comments
Check out our own NE Seattle "comedieness"-down- to- earth- and- with- a- smile- chef- of- good- and- simple- to- prepare- whole- food
delights, at CookusInterruptus.com, Cynthia Lair and her crew will tempt you with dry humor and food that is tasty and definitely meant to accessible to everyday cooking schedules and skills! Really appreciate the smiles and recipe ideas!!!
Added by Nancy Plunkett on April 8, 2011 at 9:44am — No Comments
Here's a short list of some global warming and climate change resources I've gathered over the years. I hope you find some of it useful !
For an interesting account of what the scientists have been trying to do for the last 40 years or so to…Continue
Added by Jim Gagnon on April 6, 2011 at 1:24pm — No Comments
A big thanks to Bill Aston for making a big effort into a big success.
As I watched the video this morning it reminded me of the events we've staged over the past couple of years. Bill included scenes from most of them as back drop for the interviews. My reaction was "It's working! It's working!" We are involving people in events that are fun and productive on a personal level and a community level too. Combine this action with all the community and group action across the…Continue
Added by Tom Allen on April 6, 2011 at 1:12pm — No Comments