This feature was published in the June 2018 issue of Seattle Magazine. The sun has barely burned the fog off Lake Washington as Noel Stout, standing near the water’s edge, peers at a heavy wooden trellis suspended 20 feet above a concrete backyard patio. He’s rigged a system of ropes and pulleys to the cedar … Continue reading How Seattle’s Appetite for Construction Is Creating a Growing Waste Problem
This article was published by the Atlantic's CityLab. By early spring, Seattleites are over the rain. Winter is a very long, very gray tunnel, during which the city sees most of its annual 150 wet days. This is not surprising for anyone familiar with the Emerald City. What is surprising, though, is that a place … Continue reading Seattle Thinks It Knows Rain. Climate Change Begs to Differ.