The Green Seattle Partnership Blog

See the Forest for the Teas

Thirsty? Then try out some teas made from plants native to our local forests! You can make a native plant tea out of Douglas or Grand fir, Stinging nettle (yeah you read that right), and Nootka rose; and the process of making them is fairly easy! While Douglas and...

Because, Madrone

In the late 1800s, explorers mistakenly named Seattle's Magnolia area after seeing an abundance of broadleaf evergreen trees common to the Salish Sea and Puget Trough – Arbutus menziesii or Pacific madrone. Nurtured by nature, we do have a couple pure stands of the...

Millionth Hour Milestone

This is an exciting time for the Green Seattle Partnership. This month marks a major milestone: ONE MILLION VOLUNTEER HOURS! That is 6 zeros! Which equates to $24,501,670 of volunteer leverage! The Timeline As we head toward this achievement, we consider the timeline...

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