Free program sharing the cultural & food traditions of Chief Seattle's Duwamish Tribe. Doors open 12pm. Cultural Program 1-3pm. Guest Speaker: Ken Workman, 4th generation grandson of Chief Seattle. Shared Meal 3-4pm. http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1649040
NW Garden of Eden. The Duwamish traditional calendar is tied to the abundant resources that are available at different times throughout the year. The months are often named after the most abundant resources available at that time. The concepts of seasonality and sustainability are part of this traditional system.
Join Facing the Future and Washington Physicians for Social Responsibility on Wednesday, May 27, for a workshop about the Hanford Nuclear Reservation—a decommissioned nuclear weapons production complex in Eastern Washington State and the most contaminated nuclear waste site in the United States.
220 2nd Avenue S #106 The Globe Room on the second floor
Seattle EcoWomen is growing and we are looking for women who would like to contribute to forming and growing the Seattle Chapter of this national organization.
There are two ways to get involved (brief description of each below) based on your level of interest and time commitment:
Nearly 97% of climate scientists agree that human activities are warming Earth’s climate, and the Pentagon considers the consequences to be a threat to national security. What are we doing about it?
As the economic challenges of climate change are gradually appearing, some sectors are opening up to
the role they can play in supporting public health, food security, environmental sustainability, and
energy development. Seattle AWIS and ACS Puget Sound invite you to join a guided panel discussion on
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center – Pelton Auditorium
Recology CleanScapes has partnered with DuwamishAlive! and Seattle Parks and Recreation to host a restoration event at this year’s 10th anniversary DuwamishAlive! spring event. Each year DuwamishAlive! draws hundreds of volunteers to work together in the Duwamish Watershed, making lasting improvements in the vitality and health of our native habiatas, open urban spaces, and air and water for both people and wildlife. Come help us clean up the park and remove invasive plants in this ongoing effort to preserve Seattle’s Duwamish River!