Sustainable Wallingford

learning to live on one planet with grace and joy

Cathy Tuttle
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Solarize Wallingford - is it time for a solar panel buying co-op?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Janel London Feb 27, 2012.

Neighbor Appreciation Day

Started Feb 2, 2011


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What is your main area of interest in building a sustainable community?
I believe when people rediscover the wonder and joy of nature, they will eagerly join together to try to restore balance to the earth.
What skills or expertise can you share with individuals and groups in Green Wallingford?
Artist, musician, low-impact gardener, reader, writer, organizer, parent, planner, cook, carpenter, and believer in the human soul.
What part of Wallingford do you live or work in (what are your cross streets)?
44th and Corliss

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87 Wallingford COMMUNITY Groups

Is your group here? What is missing? Let us know! Wallingford%20Orgs.doc

Posted on June 7, 2011 at 10:16am — 1 Comment

Seattle Preparedness Summit

Saturday April 9, 9-noon

Focus on community resilience. RSVP required.

RSVP:Mark Howard, Community Planning Coordinator, with any questions.

E-mail:, or phone: 206-684-7727

Community Preparedness Summit

DATE: Saturday, April 9th

TIME: 9:00 a.m. – Noon 8:30 – 9:00 a.m. Orientation

(for those not familiar with Emergency Communications Hubs)…


Posted on April 6, 2011 at 7:57am

Learn To Be A Better Tree Hugger

The Tree Ambassador program trains Seattle residents to be local leaders in urban forest stewardship. Applications for the program are being accepted now and are due by April 24th. 2011.

Tree Ambassadors will be trained in the basics of urban forestry, leadership and community organizing. Tree Ambassadors will work in teams of 2-3 people to…


Posted on April 4, 2011 at 9:32am

Hamilton Middle School Science Night

An amazing array of science groups including several Sustainable Wallingford groups and members: Kudos to Community Preparedness with Mary Heim, Sustainable Wallingford Plan survey with Cathy Tuttle, Friends of Fruit Trees with Lily So-Too and Barb Burrill, Community Kitchens Thyme to Nourish with Rachel Duboff, Blood Pressure Screening and healthy eating with Dr. Deborah Epstein, a musical performance with one of our younger members, and lots of other Sustainable Wallingford…


Posted on January 20, 2011 at 4:36pm

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At 7:08pm on February 8, 2012, Henry Kellogg said…


Thank you for the warm welcome to Sustainable Wallingford!  Also, thank you for heads up about Wallingford Greenway and Spokespeople -- I'll follow up with them soon.



At 12:49am on January 31, 2012, Cynthia Shulman said…


Hope you and your family are well.  It has been awhile since I logged into your wonderful site.

I am spontaneously helping a friend promote an art show in the Wallingford Center for the Art Walk this Wed night 6-8pm.  Not sure how to get it into your calendar, but it is all about artists using empty un-leased spaces, something I think will interest Sustainable Wallingford.  Details below:
Thank you Cathy!

Wallingford Art Walk is this Wednesday, February 1st, 6-8pm.

Hope you can join us at the Kerf Gallery in the
Wallingford Center at 1815 N 45th, Seattle 98107
Celebrating the work of the painter Colin Day.
Large paintings in a beautiful space.
Something up in a down economy...
Artists creating and showing in empty un-leased Seattle spaces!

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At 2:11pm on September 27, 2011, Bridget Lewis said…
Thanks!  I really like your list too.  :)  And I'm just excited to discover that this group exists.
At 6:12pm on July 6, 2011, Tim Soerens said…


Would love to meet and connect soon. Let me know a good time to meet up. Monday's and Friday's tend to work best for me.



At 2:10am on April 13, 2011, Chris Herman said…

The Edmonds Community Solar Cooperative signed final agreements with the City of Edmonds today to develop a 75 kW community solar project on the roof of the Frances Anderson Community Center. After 5 months of orchestrated work it feels great to have this phase of the process successfully completed. Now comes the real work !

Chris Herman, Interim President, Edmonds Community Solar Co-op

At 10:25am on March 31, 2011, Janet Stillman said…

Hi Cathy.  I hope to learn a lot from this blog!  Janet


At 11:17am on March 28, 2011, Ernie Lehman said…
It's all good, thanks for the warm welcome!
At 10:54am on March 28, 2011, Ernie Lehman said…
Hi Cathy, thanks for the heads up. Keep me posted on what's going on with your Solar group. Not sure how active I can be in this group. I have a hectic work schedule. But I'm always trying to educate myself on how I can better appreciate our environment. New to the Seattle area, I have been very active in getting Wind Power off the Atlantic coast.
At 4:49pm on March 22, 2011, Cynthia Shulman said…

Thanks belatedly for the welcome Cathy.  I just posted my first event :)

Hope you and yours are well.



At 5:46pm on March 10, 2011, Arvia Morris said…
Hi Cathy,  Peter did go to the City hall presentation on  Creating District Energy and posted a comment on the invite post. Hope it is helpful for the transfer station.  Maybe the folks at Northwest Energy Collition can help keep the ball rolling for the transfer staion--Arvia

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