West Seattle weekend scene: Walking on Logs Landscape Restoration Group at work

That photo is from the volunteers comprising the Walking on Logs Landscape Restoration Group, some of your West Seattle neighbors (backstory here) who have been doing what they can to honor the longstanding mandate for community upkeep of the area. This is their last cleanup session of the year; the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce is looking at organizing one at the start of November. (The Chamber keeps the sign-up sheet for nonprofit promotional use of the site – what’s up right now replaced the guerrilla messaging spotted earlier in the week).

P.S. You might not notice unless you’re passing by as a passenger, but we’re told the aspens are in fine form and the snowberries are blooming!

3 Replies to "West Seattle weekend scene: Walking on Logs Landscape Restoration Group at work"

  • aa September 27, 2014 (2:24 pm)

    Any updates on the stolen statue?

    • WSB September 27, 2014 (2:27 pm)

      Not that we have heard …

  • NW September 27, 2014 (8:37 pm)

    You know with all this development going on in in various neighborhoods in this region of Seattle lots being bulldozed and acreage with native plants upon it ,in both cases, why is there not some plant rescuing going on and put into this hillside and other public areas. I am a follower not a leader so am not interested in starting one. I have dozens of native plants I have saved from the bulldozer in my yard. I know of three mature Japanese Maples in large pots along admiral way that could be incorporated into the landscape here the building is to be leveled and hauled away aswell I imagine all the plants. Community based improvement projects and volunteering need to be a requirement!

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