When: May 13 at 6:30pm, Doors open at 6pm
Where: Center for Spiritual Living, 5801 Sand Point Way NE
Neighbors in Ravenna, Bryant, Laurelhurst, and Windermere neighborhoods are getting reimbursements from Seattle Public Utilities for installing beautiful and functional landscape features in their yard! Learn the steps to installing a RainWise rain garden or cistern, hear why homeowners in Ballard and Northeast Seattle decided to go RainWise, and have a chance to talk to the contractors that install rain gardens!
Learn more about Sustainable Seattle's rain garden program, Green Blocks Blue Sound.
Questions? Contact us by
or at 206-622-3522.
Yards in Hood Tour: 5 Easy Actions to Help Duwamish River and Puget Sound
Come to Highland Park/Riverview on June 1 to take a self-guided tour to check out different ways to design your yard with water in mind - from rain gardens to installing evergreens to zero-water landscaping. Plus, you will be able to see HPIC's new rain garden installation! If you ge there early enough, you might even be able to help out with the planting.
At HPIC, you can visit booths, check out the mobile tool library, see demonstrations and more. RainWise representatives and contractors will be on hand to answer all of your questions! The tour is hosted by Sustainable Seattle, Washington Environmental Council, King County and HPIC. Learn more.
Thank you for coming out and supporting your community!
Congratulations to our Award winners! Eight community nominated businesses and organizations and one individual were recognized for their leadership, innovation and commitments to sustainability as part of our Sustainability Leadership Awards Dinner at Daybreak Star Cultural Center. See the winners and learn about all the nominees here, catch video of the Mayor's welcome here, or read about the event on our blog.
Thank you to our Sponsors!