In many parts of the world it is “cool” to bicycle to school. Maybe because there is a much better attitude, awareness and facilities. Supporting Safe Routes to School and other initiatives helps but organizing informative, skill sharing rides can do so much more. Spokespeople can help organize rides that teach skills to youth.
Celebrate the diversity of Seattle on Cinco De Mayo. Our 24 mile ride leaves at 11 am from Jack Block Park in West Seattle, 2130 Harbor Ave SW. From there we will ride mostly traffic free routes through the International District and up to El Centro de La Raza on Beacon hill. After taking in
Bicycle Master Plan Update
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Dear Greenways friends,
I have great news. All your enthusiasm and hard work has made a real impact AND has inspired one of our volunteers to make a significant year-end challenge match to help fund our continued work.
You can help build on this momentum by making your first tax-deductible financial gift to Seattle Neighborhood
The grass-roots and community groups which are working together on creating a set of neighborhood greenways have created an online resource – http://seattlegreenways.org/.
What are Greenways? Seattle Neighborhood Greenways are residential streets generally one off of main arterials with low volumes of
Cascade Bicycle Club has created an Advocacy Leadership Institute. This will help with creating advocates for bikeable communities.
The Advocacy Leadership Institute (ALI) will develop local bicycle advocates and enthusiasts into leaders who inspire communities to advocate – and
Spokespeople will be at Tox-Ick’s presentation at Sanislo Elementary this Thursday 7-9pm. At that time we will announce the Sanislo Schools participation with the 21st Ave. S.W. Greenways Project collaborating with the Safe Routes to School Initiative that Sanislo has applied for. The SWS Tox-Ick presentation is designed to encourage neighborhoods
Spokespeople West Seattle May Ride, “Farm and Fowl Tour”
Meets at South Seattle Community College north entrance (Horticulture Center) 10:45am Sunday May 1st.
Early spring edible gardens will be our focus on this ride. We will start at South Seattle Community College the site of the