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May 15th Fundraiser Event - Save the Date!

Engaging Today for a Thriving Tomorrow 
Join Sustainable Seattle for a craft cocktail and local food celebration where you will learn about our work with the community and join in supporting our 2014 goals.

Now and April 22: Be a part of the Big Thing for Puget Sound!

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Are you a part of the Big Picture? This Earth Day, the King County Education and Outreach Network (including Sustainable Seattle!) invite you to be part of the Big Thing - an easy way for us all to show why we love and care for this region. We all connect to Puget Sound in different ways - from a good cup of local coffee to playing with our pets at the beach to keeping our trees and plants healthy.  We want to see how you connect!  Between now and Earth Day, April 22, submit photos (as many as you want!) to Instagram with the #mypuget.  Your photos will join others in building a photo mosaic of an iconic Puget Sound animal (identity to be revealed on Earth Day!).  Don't have Instagram or want to keep your photo stream private?  Email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and we will upload it for you!

Check out the website and Facebook page to see the picture building!

This project is funded by the Puget Sound Partnership.


April 26: Vist our stop on the NW Green Home Tour!

The annual NW Green Home Tour is back! This year, we will host a sustainability stop to highlight our work at Highland Park Improvement Club (HPIC).   Join Sustainable Seattle, Rainwise, and Highland Park members to tour this  illustrative demonstration of innovative green infrastructure, with a cistern (a super-sized rain barrels), multiple rain gardens and a brand new permeable paver community courtyard. These features were envisioned and designed by the community and installed with the help of neighbor power - including a work day at the first ever King County DePave Day in partnership with Stewardship Partners! Visitors can interact with the new features, design their own rain garden, talk to RainWise contractors, and more. Tours highlighting how the features are spreading into the neighborhood will also be available. Visit to enjoy food, drinks, fun learning activities for kids and adults, and the chance to talk to the community, non-profits and contractors that brought this project from vision to reality. Learn more about the project here

 

Questions?  Contact Hannah.

 

May 14: The Data Quagmire

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Are you still struggling with uwieldy data and lagging departmental response times? Integrating the data capture process into regular operations can provide timely, operationally relevant information to managers in you company. Topics include;
- Different methods for carbon calculation
- Engaging your organization in your data gathering
- Capturing soft metrics
- Software tools for data management and reporting
Speakers from CH2M Hill, Vulvan, Scope 5 and Geoengineers

 

 

 

 

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The Bullitt Center
1501 E. Madison Street, Suite 400
Seattle, WA 98122

 

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