Nathan Hale Urban Farm Winter Open House

WINTER OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY NOVEMBER 24th NOON TO 2 pm ​ Greenhouse North of Jane Addams Middle School

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They’ll also be at the Ballard Sunday Farmer’s Market on December 1st!



Victory Heights Seed Swap

Garden Tour June 18

The 2016 Sustainable NE Seattle’s Urban Farmers Group garden tour is this Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm. It has 9 gardens to visit that include newer gardens and others that are well established, as well as some with livestock.


There is no cost for the tour but donation jars […]

Build a Worm Bin

Free Trees for Neighborhoods Available

Through the City of Seattle’s Trees for Neighborhoods project, Seattle residents can apply for up to 4 free trees for our yard or planting strip. Participants receive trees, water bags, mulch, and planting and care instruction. While many of this year’s smaller ornamentals have sold out, there are still a number of larger conifers available, […]

Art in Bloom Tour

Art in Bloom, Seattle’s new garden art studio tour happens April 25-26 from 10 am to 5 pm, rain or shine. A group of north Seattle artists and their friends have put together a self-guided tour which gives visitors a chance see outdoor art in the artist’s own garden. And most of the art is […]

Nathan Hale Urban Farm Party

Please join us on March 29th to learn about the Nathan Hale Urban Farm, with a Permaculture Twist! Please forward to whomever you think might want to participate. Meeting and dinner are FREE. We are looking for community involvement to create, install, maintain the urban farm, and mentor our youngsters in permaculture principles and practices.


Native Plant Sale Oct 18

Jackson Park P-Patch Work Party

What: Jackson Park P-Patch Work Party When: Sunday, July 6, 10:30 AM- work finished Where: Jackson Park P-Patch, 13049 10th Ave NE, Seattle, WA Description: This July work party, volunteers will focus on weeding around water spigots and the giving garden pathways. […]

Buttercups Can Make You Mad

[Buttercups] “spread by vigorous root systems and produce copious seeds, which can sprout up to 20 or even 80 years after they’re deposited.” […]