Category Archives: Environment

A Great Loss to Our Broadview Neighborhood

This was copy from CWCAP: Nancy R. Malmgren, Founder and Director of CWCAP, 1929-2016 It is with awe, reflection, and sadness that we join the community in marking the passing of Nancy Malmgren. During her time with the Girl Scouts at Carkeek Park, a visionary plan developed to rehabilitate, clean up and bring back the salmon. …

Concern About Project Impact on Salmon

Members of the Carkeek Watershed Community Action project have expressed concern about the impact of Seattle Public Utilities’ NW 120th St. Project on salmon in the streams in Carkeek Park.  Below is a message from  one of the members. Hello Carkeek Park neighbors, I am writing on behalf of Carkeek Watershed Community Action Project (CWCAP)…

Observe Salmon Fry Release at Carkeek Park

The volunteers who manage the salmon imprint pond adjacent to Venema Creek in Carkeek Park will release the first batch of imprinted salmon Tuesday March 1. The release will be around 5:30 PM at the imprint pond, which is at the end of the Salmon to Sound Trail. You can observe the release by visiting…

Carkeek Park’s EarthKeepers Day Camp

Do you want your child’s summer to include a day camp experience like no other? Carkeek Park’s EarthKeepers Day Camp for children (ages 6-12) is within 220 acres of lush forest, meadows, wetlands, creeks, and beach formed by the magic of water and time. On any given day a camp participant may explore the tide…

Carkeek Park Celebration May 2

Carkeek Park Environmental Learning Center Pioneers & Garden Celebration Sponsored By: Broadview Garden Club & Carkeek Watershed Community Action Project Saturday, May 2, 2015 from 10:30AM to 2:30PM 950 NW Carkeek Park Road 10:30 to 11AM: Eelgrass Exploration An adventure in the eelgrass area off Carkeek Park in a video taken by Wayne Palsson followed…

Carkeek Park’s 35th Annual Earth Day Celebration

The annual Earth Day events at Carkeek Park will be on Saturday April 18, from 10 Am to 2 PM.   Below are details.  

Funds available for local Spring Clean activities

Are you planning on participating in the City’s annual Spring Clean event in Broadview? If so the Department of Neighborhoods has a fund to support your activity. The Spring Clean event is held every April and May, giving the opportunity for residents to keep our city tidy. SPU provides bags, gloves, safety vests and more to…

Damage to Salmon to Sound Trail at Carkeek Park

Have you ever seen the salmon along the Salmon to Sound Trail at Carkeek Park? For the next few weeks you can watch adult salmon returning to the creeks where they will spawn and complete their life cycle. Next February and March you can also witness thousands of baby salmon being released from the Imprint…

What to Do With Halloween Candy

Seattle Public Utilities reminds that there are ways to dispose of leftover Halloween candy. Seattle’s culinary candy experts have spoken. The worst Halloween candy is… Wax Lips and Teeth! Wax Lips and Teeth beat chocolate-covered bacon in a Seattle Public Utilities’ online poll. Candy Corn, which was voted the worst Halloween candy in 2011, this…

Venema Creek Project Update Meeting

Seattle Public Utilities will hold an information session about upcoming work on the Venema Creek project.  Below is the announcement. Construction for the Venema Creek Natural Drainage System (NDS) project will begin soon. The project team at Seattle Public Utilities would like to invite you to an informal drop-in session. Wednesday, October 29 5:30 –…

Category Archives: Environment

A Great Loss to Our Broadview Neighborhood

This was copy from CWCAP: Nancy R. Malmgren, Founder and Director of CWCAP, 1929-2016 It is with awe, reflection, and sadness that we join the community in marking the passing of Nancy Malmgren. During her time with the Girl Scouts at Carkeek Park, a visionary plan developed to rehabilitate, clean up and bring back the salmon. …

Concern About Project Impact on Salmon

Members of the Carkeek Watershed Community Action project have expressed concern about the impact of Seattle Public Utilities’ NW 120th St. Project on salmon in the streams in Carkeek Park.  Below is a message from  one of the members. Hello Carkeek Park neighbors, I am writing on behalf of Carkeek Watershed Community Action Project (CWCAP)…

Observe Salmon Fry Release at Carkeek Park

The volunteers who manage the salmon imprint pond adjacent to Venema Creek in Carkeek Park will release the first batch of imprinted salmon Tuesday March 1. The release will be around 5:30 PM at the imprint pond, which is at the end of the Salmon to Sound Trail. You can observe the release by visiting…

Carkeek Park’s EarthKeepers Day Camp

Do you want your child’s summer to include a day camp experience like no other? Carkeek Park’s EarthKeepers Day Camp for children (ages 6-12) is within 220 acres of lush forest, meadows, wetlands, creeks, and beach formed by the magic of water and time. On any given day a camp participant may explore the tide…

Carkeek Park Celebration May 2

Carkeek Park Environmental Learning Center Pioneers & Garden Celebration Sponsored By: Broadview Garden Club & Carkeek Watershed Community Action Project Saturday, May 2, 2015 from 10:30AM to 2:30PM 950 NW Carkeek Park Road 10:30 to 11AM: Eelgrass Exploration An adventure in the eelgrass area off Carkeek Park in a video taken by Wayne Palsson followed…

Carkeek Park’s 35th Annual Earth Day Celebration

The annual Earth Day events at Carkeek Park will be on Saturday April 18, from 10 Am to 2 PM.   Below are details.  

Funds available for local Spring Clean activities

Are you planning on participating in the City’s annual Spring Clean event in Broadview? If so the Department of Neighborhoods has a fund to support your activity. The Spring Clean event is held every April and May, giving the opportunity for residents to keep our city tidy. SPU provides bags, gloves, safety vests and more to…

Damage to Salmon to Sound Trail at Carkeek Park

Have you ever seen the salmon along the Salmon to Sound Trail at Carkeek Park? For the next few weeks you can watch adult salmon returning to the creeks where they will spawn and complete their life cycle. Next February and March you can also witness thousands of baby salmon being released from the Imprint…

What to Do With Halloween Candy

Seattle Public Utilities reminds that there are ways to dispose of leftover Halloween candy. Seattle’s culinary candy experts have spoken. The worst Halloween candy is… Wax Lips and Teeth! Wax Lips and Teeth beat chocolate-covered bacon in a Seattle Public Utilities’ online poll. Candy Corn, which was voted the worst Halloween candy in 2011, this…

Venema Creek Project Update Meeting

Seattle Public Utilities will hold an information session about upcoming work on the Venema Creek project.  Below is the announcement. Construction for the Venema Creek Natural Drainage System (NDS) project will begin soon. The project team at Seattle Public Utilities would like to invite you to an informal drop-in session. Wednesday, October 29 5:30 –…

Category Archives: Environment

A Great Loss to Our Broadview Neighborhood

This was copy from CWCAP: Nancy R. Malmgren, Founder and Director of CWCAP, 1929-2016 It is with awe, reflection, and sadness that we join the community in marking the passing of Nancy Malmgren. During her time with the Girl Scouts at Carkeek Park, a visionary plan developed to rehabilitate, clean up and bring back the salmon. …

Concern About Project Impact on Salmon

Members of the Carkeek Watershed Community Action project have expressed concern about the impact of Seattle Public Utilities’ NW 120th St. Project on salmon in the streams in Carkeek Park.  Below is a message from  one of the members. Hello Carkeek Park neighbors, I am writing on behalf of Carkeek Watershed Community Action Project (CWCAP)…

Observe Salmon Fry Release at Carkeek Park

The volunteers who manage the salmon imprint pond adjacent to Venema Creek in Carkeek Park will release the first batch of imprinted salmon Tuesday March 1. The release will be around 5:30 PM at the imprint pond, which is at the end of the Salmon to Sound Trail. You can observe the release by visiting…

Carkeek Park’s EarthKeepers Day Camp

Do you want your child’s summer to include a day camp experience like no other? Carkeek Park’s EarthKeepers Day Camp for children (ages 6-12) is within 220 acres of lush forest, meadows, wetlands, creeks, and beach formed by the magic of water and time. On any given day a camp participant may explore the tide…

Carkeek Park Celebration May 2

Carkeek Park Environmental Learning Center Pioneers & Garden Celebration Sponsored By: Broadview Garden Club & Carkeek Watershed Community Action Project Saturday, May 2, 2015 from 10:30AM to 2:30PM 950 NW Carkeek Park Road 10:30 to 11AM: Eelgrass Exploration An adventure in the eelgrass area off Carkeek Park in a video taken by Wayne Palsson followed…

Carkeek Park’s 35th Annual Earth Day Celebration

The annual Earth Day events at Carkeek Park will be on Saturday April 18, from 10 Am to 2 PM.   Below are details.  

Funds available for local Spring Clean activities

Are you planning on participating in the City’s annual Spring Clean event in Broadview? If so the Department of Neighborhoods has a fund to support your activity. The Spring Clean event is held every April and May, giving the opportunity for residents to keep our city tidy. SPU provides bags, gloves, safety vests and more to…

Damage to Salmon to Sound Trail at Carkeek Park

Have you ever seen the salmon along the Salmon to Sound Trail at Carkeek Park? For the next few weeks you can watch adult salmon returning to the creeks where they will spawn and complete their life cycle. Next February and March you can also witness thousands of baby salmon being released from the Imprint…

What to Do With Halloween Candy

Seattle Public Utilities reminds that there are ways to dispose of leftover Halloween candy. Seattle’s culinary candy experts have spoken. The worst Halloween candy is… Wax Lips and Teeth! Wax Lips and Teeth beat chocolate-covered bacon in a Seattle Public Utilities’ online poll. Candy Corn, which was voted the worst Halloween candy in 2011, this…

Venema Creek Project Update Meeting

Seattle Public Utilities will hold an information session about upcoming work on the Venema Creek project.  Below is the announcement. Construction for the Venema Creek Natural Drainage System (NDS) project will begin soon. The project team at Seattle Public Utilities would like to invite you to an informal drop-in session. Wednesday, October 29 5:30 –…