A night with Sustainable West Seattle

(WSB photos)

It was all about vision when Sustainable West Seattle gathered interested community members last night at Beveridge Place Pub in Morgan Junction. Our top photo shows people trying out the Oculus gear brought by “Diver Laura” James, featuring her Virtual Salish Sea video.

She also explained the camera gear she uses to shoot underwater video in Puget Sound. Another type of vision at the gathering: The many projects and groups tied into Sustainable West Seattle, including the Green Spaces Coalition:

But you can take your own sustainability hopes and dreams and work to make them a reality, noted SWS leader Stu Hennessey:

In general, Hennessey said, SWS works to help and uplift people and ideas, focusing on the positive – what you can be for, rather than what you’re against. For example, you can work on components of the “Green New Deal” – attendees could check out ideas via a flyer made earlier this month for West Seattle Meaningful Movies – another group with ties to SWS, and one of several whose reps were at last night’s gathering. Other projects/programs/groups discussed included the West Seattle Tool Library, Puget Ridge Edible Park, and Hate-Free Delridge.

1 Reply to "A night with Sustainable West Seattle"

  • alkistu March 15, 2019 (10:27 am)

    It was great to get together in this social atmosphere. On the other hand, We Have Work To Do! We don’t want to sit and wait for a Green New Deal or any other form of government initiatives as time slips away. There are so many things we can do right here in West Seattle. Some of the Sustainable West Seattle projects have been adopted throughout the nation. If you have desires, ideas, hopes and dreams for the future of West Seattle and the children of the next generation please joins us at Our April 1st open to the public board meeting at the Admiral Bird Cafe starting at 6:30 pm.

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