• New Plan Would Return California Condors To Northwest Skies

    how very, very cool! New Plan Would Return California Condors To Northwest Skies “The reintroduction sites are considered to be prime condor habitat within redwood forests and mountain ranges,” she said. “And there’s a good chance these birds will be seen flying over Oregon skies once again. They are impressive birds. If you have never […]

  • The Lorax….

    Sadly still just as relevant as ever, if not more…!? E. Fudd

  • right ON.

    Canada court halts Pacific pipeline in blow to Trudeau best quote: “Meaningful consultation is not intended simply to allow indigenous peoples “to blow off steam,” the decision said. also: Concern over endangered orcas blows up approval of Trans Mountain pipeline in Canada E. Fudd

  • new NW insect field guide

    nice! What’s that bug? New Northwest field guide makes it easy to find out – published by Seattle Audubon E. Fudd

  • get it done.

    Reintroduce the North Cascades grizzly bear E. Fudd

  • Save Seattle’s Exceptional Trees from New ADU’s!

    Please sign this petition to help protect Seattle’s Trees! Petition by Treepac Board Member Richard Ellison, MS Botany (click link to sign) The City of Seattle wants to encourage single family homeowners to build additional ADU’s (accessary dwelling units, sometimes called mother-in-law units), both attached and unattached. Currently, you can build one or the other, […]

  • Food Bank!

    So I’ve been volunteering at the U District Food Bank over on Roosevelt (right across the street from decades-long fave store Scarecrow Video) – was there today watering, thought I’d throw up some pics – looks like a bountiful harvest coming later this summer! You can click on a pic for an even bigger image… […]

  • Boom!

    Bring. IT. From The Seattle Times: King County sues big oil companies for downplaying global warming E. Fudd

  • Protect Seattle’s Trees!

    Dear Mayor Durkan and Seattle City Council Members, We urge you to take action now to strengthen significantly Seattle’s tree ordinance to protect our trees and urban forest. Seattle’s urban forest is an integral and vital part of Seattle. The urban forest provides many benefits to those living in our city, including (but certainly not […]

  • F. D. T.

    From the Seattle Times: Offshore drilling threatens Washington’s coastal waters, jobs E. Fudd