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Seattle Resilience Bloggers


These blogs are being written by people right here in our city -- regular folks who are experimenting with creating more abundance through less consumption. We can learn a lot from them!

If you know of other blogs like this in Seattle, please send a comment to Leo Brodie via our Ning site.


Seattle Seedling A blog by Stacy Brewer, a self-described "urban farmgirl," about eating locally and seasonally, and growing as much organic food as possible in her backyard. This blog documents her transformation into an enthusiastic cook and savvy urban farmer.

Sustainable Eats (Belvedere Terrace neighborhood) This blog represents my journey as an urban mom with two small kids going from supermarket to farmer-fresh food one step at a time. In 2009 I vow to re-channel my grocery money away from mono-crop farmers, processed food companies and animal feed lots. I will not buy foods from outside Washington state unless I have exhausted all local options and I will give up out of season foods. Keeping this blog is my way of chronicling my successes, failures and struggles and giving other local families ideas, encouragement and resources to make this same journey.

City Farm Northwest We sold our much-too-big house, started figuring out the bus system, pumped up the bicycle tires, and now we're on our way to building a new sustainable life in the city.

Mommyfrog's Blog (Bryant neighborhood) This blog is being written to explore and reflect on our family's journey toward making the earth a better place to live for the kids. I'm a working Mom with two young kids, and after the first one was born, I realized that not only could I make a difference in the world's environment for my precious little bundles, but I needed to for their sake. In the words of Margaret Mead, "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has." I'm just a Mom. Part of a family, block, community, and city. I have a vision for my kid's world, and it's not how I see our world is going. So here's my blog on my and my family's growth towards being thoughtful and committed citizens and stewards of our environment.

Greenwalks: Gardening where the sidewalk ends Greenwalks is a blog about parking strip gardens. It offers photos of some of the many options for replacing tired grass and boring groundcover, links to gardening info, and might even inspire you to get out your shovel.

Eighth of an Acre Bounty Random thoughts and anecdotes on cooking, critters, gardening and life on our small city lot.

Tea & Cookies Tara Austen Weaver's vignettes and essays about food and everything that surrounds it, mostly featuring local food and the author's Permaculture-inspired food garden.

Fat of the Land: Adventures of a 21st Century Forager Langdon Cook's personal experiences foraging in Seattle tracing "his journey from wrangler of pre-packaged calories to connoisseur of coveted wild edibles."