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Thornton Creek Alliance Meeting July 19

Two Educational Presentations at the next Thornton Creek Alliance meeting:

Thursday, JULY 19TH, 2018 6:30 pm Social Time 7:00 to 9:00 pm General Meeting

At Maple Leaf Lutheran Church, 10005 32nd Ave NE

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Dredging the Meadowbrook Pond Stormwater Detention Facility

SPU plans to conduct its routine dredging of Meadowbrook […]

Thornton Creek Alliance Meeting April 2018

How to Control Invasive Weeds in the Watershed

Karen Peterson and Ben Peterson from King County will speak about invasive weed management. Knotweed Knockout – John Lombard of the TCA Board will update everyone on our undertaking to bring invasive knotweed under control in the Thornton Creek watershed.

Thursday April 19, 2018

Maple […]

TCA Meeting – January 18, 2018

TCA Meeting on Natural Drainage Systems

Come and learn all about Natural Drainage Systems with Luis Ramirez of Seattle Public Utilities. These projects collect street runoff in swales for biofiltration into the ground, and already exist in parts of Pinehurst and other locations in Seattle.

Thursday, October 19

Maple Leaf Lutheran Church, 10005 32nd Ave. NE

Social time: 6:30 pm

Meeting […]

Thornton Natural Drainage System Project Meetings

The Thornton Natural Drainage System project is coming to our neighborhood. Come to an informal drop-in session to:

Hear updates from the project team. Chat one-on-one with the project team about the project.

WHEN

Wednesday, August 23, 4:00 – 6:00 pm

WHERE

30th Ave NE at NE 87th St

AND

23rd Ave NE at NE […]

Thornton Creek Alliance Meeting – Witness Tree

We live in the Thornton Creek watershed. The watershed covers roughly 11.6 square miles in northeast Seattle and Shoreline. Over 90% of the creek’s main channel, more than 15 miles, flows above ground through more than 700 backyards and through 15 parks and natural areas.

Thornton Creek Alliance (TCA) is an all-volunteer grassroots, nonprofit organization […]

King County Budget Items Targeted to NE Seattle

Rod Dembowski, King County Councilmember for District 1, has been working hard to get funding to improve our community and provide better opportunities for our residents, particularly as those efforts relate to our youth and economically disadvantaged neighbors. He just announced that the KC 2017-18 budget contains:

From a small allocation for councilmember-designated community […]

Thornton Creek Alliance Meeting Oct 27, 2016

Influence of the Confluence

Trees! At Thornton Creek Alliance Meeting

For the next couple of meetings Thornton Creek Alliance will focus on trees in our neighborhoods. How do you know when is a tree hazardous? What do you do? How can we protect and preserve as many of our wonderful trees as possible? You will get answers and useful information at the spring meetings. […]