Monthly Archives: April 2008
For Sale – “Used” Pet Loo – not really used which is why it is time for it to go! Sophia is just too well trained for “outdoor” pottying, which means since moving to a townhome with no yard I … Continue reading
Fresh out of the Inbox – a couple of classes in partnership with Woodland Park Zoo that may interest homeowners with yards and/or ponds! Water Features for WildlifeEvening class: Wednesday, May 21, 2008 from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m.Cost: $20 Clean, … Continue reading
Today is my “blogoversary” for greenspaces realestate.com. Hard to believe it’s been a year since I kicked off this site, sharing the story of finding my soon-to-be new home and reducing my “footprint” from a real estate perspective (not carbon … Continue reading
Do you know the difference between linoleum and vinyl flooring? When I needed to cover the hideous flooring in my last house, a “farmhouse” on a 1/4 acre in West Seattle (it used to be a chicken farm long ago), … Continue reading
Hello everyone! I wanted to say a few words in advance of Sunday’s walking tour of High Point in West Seattle. (Where is High Point?) Please RSVP or update your RSVP here so I know how many packets to prepare. … Continue reading
I think thousands of Seattleites got “green” up to their eyeballs this weekend at the green festival. I was disappointed to have the presentation by Cecile Andrews and the “slow life movement” cut short by an emergency alarm that forced … Continue reading
New American Dream has a great “Take Action” e-bulletin and the latest issue focuses on healthy spring cleaning. Great resources here!
Tons of stuff to do for Earth Day, and also lots of learning opportunities this spring and summer. Check out the April 2008 issue of E-flora, UW Botanic Gardens Newsletter here.
This is a must-read Questions to ask before buying a supposedly “green” product