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Seward Park Vegetation Management Plan
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The Seward Park Vegetation Management Plan addresses the vegetative resources of one of Seattles finest green spaces, home to the largest remaining conifer forest in the city. Because Seward Park encompasses both a unique, 212-acre peninsula in Lake Washington, and richly varied landscapes and native vegetation, it is considered one of the jewels of our region. Seward Park also serves as the southern anchor for a comprehensive park and boulevard system planned by the Olmsted Brothers in 1903, a key part of Seattles landscape heritage.
Seward Park Vegetation
Management Plan (PDF 501k)
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Updated May 2, 2007
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