Seattle reLeaf is offering free trees for your yard! The application (PDF) is at the bottom of this post.
The Seattle reLeaf Trees for Neighborhoods program is pleased to offer you free trees to plant in your yard. Planting trees is a great way to lower your carbon footprint. An average city tree will absorb [...]
Fliers have been sent out on the city’s Spring Clean 2010 program. What projects in Pinehurst would people be interested in seeing done?
Spring Clean—held each year in April and May—is Seattle’s premier clean up event. Spring Clean provides opportunities for citizens to clean up Seattle’s public open spaces of their choice with city support.
Pinehurst doesn’t currently have a representative on the Thorton Creek Watershed Oversight Council.
From Cheryl Klinker, Chair of Thornton Creek Watershed Oversight Council:
I chair the Thornton Creek Watershed Oversight Council which is an organization originally formed to provide oversight for the five year action agenda from the Thornton Creek Watershed Plan. Most of [...]
Join your neighbors for a few hours in helping to restore Victory Creek by removing invasive plants, mulching, planting native species, cleaning up the litter in the park and caring for this small wonderful native habitat.
Sponsored by Seattle Public Utility Creek Steward Program Project
Everyone is welcome!The project is teen friendly!
When: Noon – [...]
New legislation is being proposed that would allow Seattle homeowners the option to build backyard cottages. Under the proposal, homeowners would be allowed to build backyard cottages under certain conditions. The owner must live on the premises and there would be an annual limit of 50 new cottages.
To ensure the cottages fit within the [...]
The Green Seattle Partnership is holding a Forest Steward Orientation on April 4, 2009 from 10:00am to 2:30pm at the Seward Park Environmental & Audubon Center. This is an opportunity to be a part of an exciting partnership between the City of Seattle, its residents, and the Cascade Land Conservancy. The purpose of the [...]
Thank you to Kathy for forwarding these photos. Neighbors were ambitious and accomplished a lot today! Nice work!
Youth members of Pinehurst’s Eritrean Kidisti Selassie Orthodox Tewahedo Church and Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels at Victory Creek Clean and Green
Creek Stewards Eric and Alika Madis at Victory Creek Clean and Green
Kathy Hellum at Jackson Park Clean and Green
Pinehurst North District Council Rep John Sullivan at Victory Creek Clean and Green
There will be a neighborhood Clean and Green event on Saturday, March 7th. Neighbors are invited to help clean up areas near local creeks, pick up litter, spruce up green spaces and learn more about climate protection. Tools and refreshments will be provided. Mayor Greg Nickels will be participating in the event.
Clean and GreenSaturday, [...]
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