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 By Greg Ferguson    Opinion

From the sink to the Sound | Greener Edmonds

There are two systems that move water from our neighborhoods and businesses to Puget Sound. Storm drains and sewers do this, but in different ways. Sewer water gets treated along... — Updated 10/14/2020

 By Greg Ferguson    Opinion

Bigger and better parks in Edmonds | Greener Edmonds

Edmonds has a wide variety of parks. We can shoot hoops, have a picnic, hug a tree, let the kids run wild, let the dogs run wild, stretch the legs, and swim laps. They are in... — Updated 9/3/2020

 By Greg Ferguson    Opinion

Less water waste means healthier rivers | Greener Edmonds

Our water comes from a protected watershed in the Cascades. Spada Reservoir is in the headwaters of the Sultan River, a tributary of the Skykomish, which is in turn a tributary of... — Updated 8/5/2020

 By Greg Ferguson    Opinion

Yards can be friendlier to the environment | Greener Edmonds

There is a flurry of gardening going on this spring. With all the extra time and energy we have, Edmonds is going to be looking good this summer. But not only can lawns and gardens... — Updated 6/4/2020

 By Greg Ferguson    Opinion

Does environmental change affect contagions? | Greener Edmonds

The environment is one of the last things we might be thinking about now, but it is worth wondering about how, or if, it impacts disease and how this particular pandemic could impac... — Updated 4/16/2020


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