Sep 092013
 

A rain garden is a shallow planting area designed to capture and filter some of our ubiquitous rainwater before it reaches the sewer system. Most Seattle rain is collected by gutters around your rooftop and flowing from your driveway and patio into the street. All …click to read more…

Jun 122013
 

Washington Low Income Housing Alliance is a powerful coalition of diverse organizations and individuals working together to ensure that all Washington State residents live in safe, healthy, affordable homes in thriving communities. It should be possible for working people to afford housing and …click to read more…

Jul 082012
 
Explore the UW Arboretum with a $7 family adventure pack for K-6

Family Adventure Packs at the UW Arboretum are backpacks supplied with field guides, scavenger hunts, magnifying lenses and activity ideas for children K-6. Choose from two adventure packs: Wetland Wonders: Experience Foster Island with binoculars, field guides, family games and activities Family …click to read more…

Sep 022010
 
Free Washington Park Arboretum 230 acres of gardens, natural areas and wetlands

Washington Park Arboretum is a hidden gem on the shores of Lake Washington. It’s an ideal location if you’re looking for a place to walk, study, or express your artistic talents. Lose yourself within its 230 acres, where you’ll find a dynamic assortment of …click to read more…