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The Beacon Food Forest grows community agriculture in Seattle- Curbed

The Beacon Food Forest in South Seattle is a 1.75-acre maze of fruit trees, herbs, and vegetables. It not only feeds the surrounding community, but also offers a brief nature-infused respite in the heart of this major metropolitan hub. Read my story here.

 

 Fremont Bridge Music- Curbed

Paurl Walsh is the Fremont Bridge’s artist-in-residence this summer. He devotes about 10 to 15 hours a week on his composition in the drawbridge’s 13-by-8 northwest tower office. Read my story here.

 

White Center Food Bank- Curbed

What happens when a food bank transforms into a grocery store? That’s exactly what happened at a major food distribution center near Seattle. Read my story here.

 

Octopus Census- CityLab

Once a year, the Seattle Aquarium enlists local divers to search for the largest octopus in the world—the giant Pacific octopus. This year, volunteers at dozens of dive sites discovered 29 of these majestic creatures. Read my story here.

 

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