This was originally published on Native Plants & Wildlife Gardens. A little known park in Seattle, Pritchard Wetlands is a treasure trove of Pacific Northwest native plants and wildlife. It may sound familiar, I included it in my recent post 5...
Located in Seattle's Queen Anne neighborhood, the Thomas C. Wales park was completed in 2010 and opened to the public in October of that year. The park was dedicated in early 2011 in honor of late Assistant US Attorney...
If you haven't been following the Parks of Seattle project, you're missing out. Dave Battjes has decided to create a logo for each and every one of the 400 plus parks and green spaces in the city of Seattle....
Standing on the sidewalk, looking up a steep slope towards the home of Landscape Architect Keith Geller, you know you're about to enter a special landscape. Over the past 30 years, Geller has transformed a bare, grassy slope into...
This was originally published on Native Plants & Wildlife Gardens. Every city has parks, however not all parks are created equal. Many are used primarily for recreation, others for dogs, but some are devoted to nature. Seattle is lucky to...
I'm excited to bring you a preview of a book from an author intimately acquainted with urban wildlife habitat in Seattle. You may remember the Montlake Fill from the post Marsh Madness (Brackishology):: Marsh & Foster Islands and 'the Fill'. The...