The top stories this week from our local blog:
Introducing Theo Chocolate Academy
Starting this month, Theo's experts will be divulging some of their award-winning secrets to budding chocolatiers and connoisseurs.
Sprouts, Solar Power and Stormwater: Three Local Projects to Watch
Innovative Seattleites are helping food bank clients grow their own produce, designing a solar-powered high school building, and teaching local residents to build rain gardens.
Don't Miss: Free Lectures with Energy Visionaries All Month
Shoreline Community College is offering an outstanding free lecture series on Thursday evenings throughout April. Take advantage of a rare opportunity to get know your brilliant neighbors, and learn more about the future of energy and our community.
Undriving Stories: Getting Creative About Getting Around
Local car-free lifestyle advocates discuss being licensed to "undrive," finding memorable moments on Metro, and raising the profile of utility cycling.
Seattle Says: Recycling Just Got Easier
Seattle's updated recycling and composting regulations went into effect last Monday. The new rules will make recycling quite a bit easier, though those of us who have been sorting our recyclables for years will need to adopt new habits.
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Photo: Zero Energy House at Shoreline Community College.
Source: Shoreline Community College.