The top stories this week from our local blog:
Mark Your Calenders: March
Get yourself ready for spring with hands-on farming, lively discussions, and the last King County Native Plant Salvage of the year!
Outside Ideas: Bureau of Planning and Sustainability
Find out why one expert thinks Portland's new Bureau is in all likelihood the most powerful "green" municipal agency in all of North America.
Don't Miss: Seminars at the NW Garden Show
Get your green thumbs over to the Convention Center this weekend for the annual NW Garden Show. Jen Power lists all the seminars you'd be wise to catch.
Event notes: Streets for People Kick-Off
John Tulinsky shares some insights from this bottom-up and open-source effort to make Seattle's streets into public spaces that everyone can enjoy.
Streets for People: A Potpourri of Green Groups
A guide to the local organizations working on behalf of Seattle's cyclists, pedestrians, sustainability-savvy homeowners, and more.
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