A Pretty Sight on a Late February Morning.
Big Snowflakes! Will it last?
Photo: Not only the humans enjoy the lights
3 hours ago
|Trees that are now gone|
from Bear Reserve, part of Innis Arden
7/11 - ph credit Janet Way
|Some magnificent London Plane Trees grace|
Meridian Ave N, and provide shade and a beautiful
"tunnel of green"
ph credit, Janet Way
• Need for SEPA Review to assess the actual environmental impacts of this ordinance
• Tree Board needs to be an "independent, stand-alone" body, not just the Parks Board
• Accompanying "Street Tree List" to the ordinance does not contain conifers, native trees or most of the existing street trees, when our current streetsides now are made up of over 40% conifers.
• Permit process is designed to benefit one neighborhood, Innis Arden to facilitate cutting for viewsMajor Concern:
|Conifer in Right of Way in Innis Arden|
|Douglass Squirrel - |
photo credit - Chris Southwick
|ph credit - Chris Southwick|
|ph credit - WDFW|
“Thousands of our neighbors with disabilities depend on public transportation to get to jobs and everywhere else they need to be. We owe it to them and to our communities to make special-needs transportation as accessible and efficient as possible." Rep Cindy Ryu, D-32
|Southwoods Park located next to Shorecrest|
HS provides respite for Briacrest
The Mountains to Sound Greenway Trust leads and inspires action to conserve and enhance the landscape from Seattle across the Cascade Mountains to Central Washington, ensuring a long-term balance between people and nature.
|Western Red Cedar trees ready for planting|
Our commitment to doing something that off sets the 150+ cars that we sell monthly is our Carbon Neutral Project.
For each car test-driven at Carter Subaru, one tree will be planted in the Mountains to Sound Greenway, funded by Carter Motors. For each car purchased, three additional trees will be planted. So, if you test drive a car and buy it there will be four trees planted in the Greenway!
|Kellogg Middle School student and her dad|
planting a young Grand Fir tree at Southwoods
|Forest canopy is a valuable resource for Shoreline|
|Crew teams practicing in late afternoon|
|Sun reflection between willows|
|Kayakers enjoying the afternoon on the lake.|
|Paramount Park Upper Pond in Winter Whites|
Ph Credit - Janet Way
It celebrates the day the Ramsar Wetlands Convention was signed in 1971.Paramount Park Natural Area is Shoreline's largest wetland at about 6.5 Acres. But we also have others such as Meridian Park, Ronald Bog, Cromwell Park, Twin Ponds and Echo Lake.
|Great Blue Heron at Ronald Bog|
ph credit - Janet Way
|Beaver Pond Natural Area at Thornton Creek|
ph credit - Janet Way
|Wooducks and Hooded Meganzers at |
Beaver Pond Natural Area at Thornton Creek
ph Credit - Don MacCall