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Green Infrastructure Partnership Meeting - Thursday, February 20 (2:00pm - 4:00pm)

GSI for Healthier Public Open Spaces
Thursday, February 20th, 2020
Gould Hall | 3950 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105

Location: Gould Hall | 3950 University Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105
Transit Options: Multiple bus lines (43, 44, 48, 65, 78, 167, 197, 271, 540, and others) with stops close to the building
Parking Information: There is 2-hour paid street parking available in the area, as well as surface lots and parking garages

What you will hear:
Join us on February 20th from 2-4 PM in the first floor open space of Gould Hall on the University of Washington’s campus to learn about “GSI for Healthier Public Open Spaces”. Hear from students involved in the UW Landscape Architecture Scan | Design Master Studio and their work developing design ideas and typologies to inspire retrofits of streets and urban spaces that employ natural processes to create a more livable district, while solving the area’s stormwater issues and future City water and wastewater demands. Take a look at their designs that are inspired by their experiences traveling abroad to Copenhagen and Malmo. We will also hear from the Capitol Hill EcoDistrict and their ongoing project to improve public space and the experience of all who visit the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Finally, hear from capstone students at the Evan’s School who are working with King County’s DNRP on a GSI master plan for White Center, and exploring GSI messaging to find out what is working and what is falling flat in the public eye.

Become a Master Composter/Sustainability Steward

Tilth Alliance invites Seattle residents to apply to participate in the Master Composter/Sustainability Stewards course – a five week, nine session volunteer training program that covers topics, such as improving soil health, small-scale composting processes, preventing waste, and managing stormwater and protecting water quality.

Apply by Thursday, February 20th

Additional information and a link to the application can be found at http://www.tilthalliance.org/learn/mcss/mcsstraining