On Saturday, October 20, you and your family are invited to join Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn celebrate Arbor Day and plant new trees!
The Pacific Northwest aluminum industry supplied roughly 40 percent of the nation’s aluminum in its heyday in the 1980s, with 10 plants producing the pliable, lightweight metal for everything from war planes to soda cans. Alcoa is offering free plant tours Saturday to celebrate the 60th anniversary.
An unusual plant is starting to make a big stink at a Honolulu botanical garden.
Why not celebrate Earth Day by taking part in a charity fun run or race? Plant a tree, breathe some fresh air and celebrate!
The first Arbor Day was held in Nebraska in 1872, and nearly one million trees were planted that day. We celebrate Arbor Day by planting trees, volunteering to clean up outside, and celebrating our lush Northwest Landscape. Here are some of our favorite Arbor Day events….
President Barack Obama will visit Boeing in Everett during his visit to the Puget Sound on Friday.
Volunteers are continuing to sift through tons of paper at a recycling center, hoping to find items that Josh Powell may have dumped before killing himself and his two sons in a house fire last week. Volunteers searched nearly all day on Sunday.
Get your family outside and do something good and green this weekend. Help restore the community park near you!
Bring out your friends and family! Enjoy music, food, and a sense of community while helping the environment and planting trees! No experience is required!