Program Spotlight

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September Seattle Greendrinks

When: September 9
Where: location tba

Come meet Seattleites (and nearby neighbors) for a night of socializing, sipping on local beer and learning about the envirnomental programs from the UW's Professional and Continuing Education. Learn more



The Pacific Northwest Resilience Challenge Summit

When: Oct 2

Where: The Husky Union Building at the University of Washington


Join a full-day conference where Sustainable Seattle and others will launch the PNW Resilience Challenge and mobilize regional leaders to design solutions that address the vulnerabilities of our increasingly dense urban communities, our infrastructure and our businesses. Learn more

Send in Your Nomination

This Fall, we'll be hosting our region's largest celebration for sustainability! Coming soon, we'll be accepting nominations for our yearly Sustainabililty Leadership Awards. These awards recognize the achievements of our local community organizations, businesses and an individual leader. Keep in mind who you'd like to nominate! 

Want to support this community event? Click here for sponsorship inquiries.


Our Green Blocks Blue Sound project adds a Depave event!

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Neighbor power! - Who can imagine people volunteering to come out and dig up asphalt? That's what happened at the first ever DePave Day in King County in partnership with Stewardship Partners! Now that asphalt parking lot is a beautiful community courtyard complete with permeable pavers, rain gardens, native plantings and more. Learn more about the project here. We also have ongoing projects where we bring community together to plant rain gardens like the beautiful one above so volunteer with us this summer!

Questions?  Contact Hannah.

We're Moving Green Infrastructure Forward at The Port of Seattle!

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On April 21, we kicked off a pilot project at The Port of Seattle to reduce the amount of polluted runoff reaching Puget Sound.  The Port is hosting a two-year study site for two Splash Boxxes, unique metal boxes which will bloom into rain gardens and help reduce pollutants.  This project is led by Gealogical, LLC in partnership with King Conservation District, Sustainable Seattle, and Splash Boxx LLC.   Learn more about the "Rolling Gardens at Port of Seattle" from King 5 News.  And the news spread across the country! Maritime Executive was one of the outlets that shared the writeup. A great blog article about the adventures of getting the project this far can be found on Gealogica's website.



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