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West Duwamish Greenbelt

NEIGHBORHOOD MATCHING FUND PROJECT INFORMATION
1901 SW Genesee St - located at the SW Corner of Cooper Elementary School
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PROJECT STATUS

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FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Emily Lofstedt, Project Manager
800 Maynard Ave S, 3rd Floor
Seattle, WA 98134
206-684-7047
emily.lofstedt@seattle.gov

West Duwamish Greenbelt Site Plan
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Project Earth Care Flyer
Project Earth Care Flyer


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THANK YOU SEATTLE and the community involved in this project, especially the students from both Chief Sealth High School and Pathfinder Elementary School Seattle.  This project improved the public trail along with planting new native species plants and provide learning center for the Pathfinder Elementary School in the summer of 2009.


LOCATION 1901 SW Genesee St - SW Corner of Cooper Elementary School (Soon to be Pathfinder Elementary School)
BUDGET
$15,000
SCHEDULE

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The current project, funded by a Neighborhood Matching Fund award, is to remove all invasive species, plant native species, improve existing trail and provide learning centers complete with Podcast for the new Pathfinder Elementary School at this portion of the West Duwamish Greenbelt.

COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

Project Earth Care, which was created by Chief Sealth High School Students, worked with Cooper Elementary Students to remove invasive species, plant native species, and made stepping stones. The newly restored space will provide a portion of the environmental curriculum for Pathfinder School.

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Updated  08/14/2009 11:24

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