Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Kruckeberg Botanic Garden master site plan workshop
This morning's post is courtesy of Shoreline Area News. The Kruckeberg Botanical Garden is a treasure in our community.
Learn how to get involved in the Master Plan process. The neighboring community is asking questions and wants to help the Foundation and City create a plan that will truly preserve the vision of Art and Mareen Kruckeberg.
Also, coming up on Thursday, Jan 21st (tomorrow), remember the Kruckeberg Garden Foundation's annual meeting, held at Shoreline Historical Museum (see earlier post).
Kruckeberg Botanic Garden Master Site Plan Workshop
In September, the community gathered at the first Kruckeberg Garden public workshop to learn about the development of a master site plan for the Garden. Since then, a full site survey has been completed along with an assessment of existing buildings and structures and the existing plant collection has been fully documented.
Shoreline residents are invited to the next public workshop on Wednesday, January 27, at 7:00 pm, Council Chambers at Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Ave N.
After gathering information from the community, a recommended master plan for the Garden will be presented to the Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Board and the City Council in the spring of 2010.
For more information, contact Capital Projects Manager Dave Buchan at (206) 801-2475 or email.
Photo of MsK Nursery by David Berger
Courtesy of Kruckeberg Garden