Monthly Archives: May 2007

Heads Up, 7-Up. Redwood at High Point nearly sold out

Won’t you be my neighbor? Polygon Homes, one of 5 developers building at The High Point, has very few units available in their 96 unit Redwood at High Point condominium community (plus 7 SFR houses). These are ready to move … Continue reading

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Q&A: Local impact of global warming

Seattle Times’ Climate Challenge has been running all month long. Read the “live Q&A;” online transcript from today’s session with Amy Snover and Jeremy Littell, scientists with the University of Washington Climate Impacts Group. Visit the Seattle Times Climate Challenge … Continue reading

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Dog + yoga = Doga

New session begins June 3rd! I spent Sunday afternoons in March participating in a new “yoga with your dog” class at the Seattle King County Humane Society facility on SE Eastgate Way in Bellevue. The instructor, Brenda Bryan, teaches a … Continue reading

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Sparking a culinary revolution

The latest body+soul email newsletter links to an online exclusive on the MSLO web site – an interview with Chef Alice Waters, regarding sustainable food, kids’ eating habits, and more. They also have published a web-exclusive resource list of programs … Continue reading

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Another fine example of the greening of development

Came across a great post on Seattlest about Saltaire’s use of a goat clearing crew from “Rent-a-Ruminant” on Vashon Island for a quarter acre building lot at a very busy intersection, Dearborn and Rainier. Goats are more eco-friendly because they’re … Continue reading

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A guide to area farmers markets

Hot off the press and in today’s Seattle Times. Read or print out A guide to area farmers markets

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Transcript of Live Residential Real Estate Q&A from seattletimes.com

Read the Q&A; session here.

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Sustainable West Seattle

Last night I attended the inaugaural meeting of a newly formed group, Sustainable West Seattle. Nearly 40 people were in attendance and we nearly overflowed the meeting room at the High Point Library on 35th and Raymond. We were visited … Continue reading

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First-time buyers find ray of hope in condos

Great article in today’s Seattle Times. Read First-time buyers find ray of hope in condos

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Live Earth: The Concerts for a Climate in Crisis

Wow, this is too cool. A whole web site and series of 7 global music concerts in support of greening the Earth and reducing global warming. It’s an MSN channel that “melds music and movement”. Live Earth, as MSN editorial … Continue reading

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