Sustainable Communities Partnership
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|WWU students collect flood data for Stanwood area||
Results of a flood plain study by Western Washington University students in Stanwood last month won’t be revealed until next spring.
The students took the data they collected the week of Aug. 21-25 back to Bellingham before taking a summer break.
“At this point we…
|WWU students map flood risk in Stanwood||
Western Washington University students mapped the city of Stanwood this week to determine which areas are vulnerable to flooding.
Using ground-level home elevation measurements, the students will build an online map, and Stanwood residents can see the flood risk to their…
|Sustainable Cities Partnership student groups present final reports||
Student researchers from Western Washington University came to Edmonds Friday to present the results of several year-long studies aimed at providing innovative solutions to some key issues affecting Edmonds and its citizens.
It’s all part of the Sustainable Cities Partnership, a…
|Stanwood Joins Edmonds in WWU’s Sustainable Communities Partnership||2017-05-24|
|WWU students pitch recreation programs||
Dozens of Western Washington University students pitched their best ideas for new recreation programs in Edmonds to city staff at the Edmonds Library Plaza Room on Wednesday, March 8.
The groups of students presented their ideas as part of the Sustainable Cities Partnership program…
|Western students pitch ideas for city parks and recreation programming||
From a community garden program aimed at teaching people how to grow their own food, to an open mic night that encourages teens to get moving to live music, a group of 60 Western Washington University students gathered in the Edmonds Library Plaza Room Wednesday afternoon to unveil their ideas…
|WWU students pitch year-round seasonal events campaign to promote Edmonds' 4th Avenue Arts Corridor||
The 4th Avenue Arts Corridor in downtown Edmonds has the potential to become a year-round hub of cultural events and festivities that highlight the Edmonds arts community, according to a plan created by public relations students at Western Washington University.
|Western students to share Edmonds Marsh findings Friday||
The public is invited to attend a presentation from Western Washington University students who have been studying restoration efforts and issues at Edmonds Marsh as part of the 2016-2017 Sustainable Cities Partnership between the City of Edmonds, WWU and the…
|WWU students visit Edmonds Marsh as part of Sustainable Cities Partnership||
Edmonds Mayor Dave Earling welcomed a group of eager Western Washington University students and professors at the Edmonds Marsh Saturday morning as they embark on a series of projects to help restore and enhance the marsh environment.
“This is all part of the…
|Sustainability projects begin this month in Edmonds||
Don’t be surprised to see numerous Vikings in Edmonds this month.
Edmonds is the first city in the state to participate in the Sustainable Cities Partnership, a collaboration between the city, Western Washington University (the Vikings) and the Association of…