Apr. 20 2011:A new kiosk has been installed at the parking lot entrance to Grace Cole Nature Park.This kiosk was paid for by a generous donation from Sen. Darlene Fairley. See more photos here.
LFPSF Co-President Mamie Bolender with Jay Inslee at a work party at Grace Cole Nature Park
It is currently a mystery as to who performed the illegal clearing at Cole Nature Park. See photos here.
Do you know what happens to rain after it hits your roof?
Did you know that runoff is responsible for 75% of the pollution that enters our sensitive waterways – but there is something you can do about it?
People who attended our Annual Meeting on October 24th learned these things and more. Read more here.
The City has received funding and is currently designing a bypass pipe to reroute Lyon Creek during peak storm events. The Stewardship Foundation is actively involved with monitoring the design and has urged the City to do a full Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), to be sure that potential impacts to the natural functions of the stream are addressed. Read more here.
Preliminary planning is underway for a new park on City-purchased property along Lyon Creek at 17038 44th Ave NE. Read more and be involved, here.
Aug. 20, 2011: Mayor Dave Hutchinson presided over an informal ceremony to mark the opening of two new trails in Grace Cole Nature Park. Read more here.
More LFPSF news is available here.