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Landscape Rehab Projects
Creating interactive learning gardens for the school community.
Restoring ecological health while strengthening connections to the natural world.
Restoring native character, limiting soil erosion, and creating a more appealing entrance to the park.
Restoring the function and diversity of a small parcel of land, including a tributary of Thornton Creek.
A native plant species garden.
A project to restore an area between two entrances along 23rd Ave, including adding native species.
A project to add spring color and create a community garden for the school’s students and staff.
The evolution and diversity, herb, and native plant gardens.
The stairs and triangle sites.
- Center for Urban Horticulture (2004) (pdf)
- Coal Creek Community Coalition (2004) (pdf)
- Longfellow Creek (2004) (pdf)
- Leschi Cable Car Bridge (2004) (pdf)
- Leschi Natural Area (2004) (pdf)
- Mercer-Madison Woods (2004) (pdf)
- Northgate Greenbelt (2004) (pdf)
- Washington Park Arboretum (2004) (pdf)
- West Mercer Elementary (2004) (pdf)
- Frink Park Caretaker’s Cottage (2002) (pdf)
- Interlaken Park Lower Ravine (pdf)
- Leschi Park Gateway (2002) (pdf)
- Louisa Boren Park (2002) (pdf)
- Nathan Hale High School Courtyard A (2002) (pdf)
- Our Lady of the Lake School (2002) (pdf)
- Seattle Tilth Demonstration Gardens (2002)
- Frink Park Site 1 (2001) (pdf)
- Frink Park Site 2 (2001) (pdf)
- Frink Park Site 3 (2001) (pdf)
- Garfield High School (Fall 2001) (pdf)
- Matthews Beach (2001) (pdf)
- Garfield High School (Fall 2000) (pdf)
- Garfield High School (Spring 2000) (pdf)
- Garfield High School Stairs Site (1999) (pdf)
- Garfield High School Triangle Site (1999) (pdf)