Summertime Adventures in Low-Waste Living

How will you spend your summer vacation? Now that school is out, you can enjoy the freedom of no assignments, deadlines, or early wake-up calls. Whether you’re staying at home, adventuring outdoors, or traveling with your family, remember the four Rs – rethink, reduce, reuse, and recycle. Here are some tips for low- or no-waste…

March 12 is Daylight Saving Time – What else can we save?

Daylight saving time 2017 starts at 2:00 AM on Sunday, March 12. There’s an interesting and complex history to daylight saving time! While it’s questionable whether daylight saving time conserves energy, we can do other things in our daily lives that without question save resources and will help our Earth. Save energy •  One easy…

It’s Still Salmon Seeson!

Late summer and fall in the Pacific Northwest means that salmon runs are active in streams throughout the region. Viewing locations include Chittenden Locks, Ballard Sammamish River Trail south of the 85th Street Bridge, Redmond Issaquah Salmon Hatchery, 125 W. Sunset Way, Issaquah Longfellow Creek, 28th Avenue SW and SW Dakota St., West Seattle Piper’s…