[Tweeters] FW: Natural Area and Greenbelt Focus Group Invitation -
Will you join us?
mahlness at gmail.com
Wed Mar 4 16:37:06 PST 2015
Seattle Parks is redesigning their natural areas/greenspaces policy, and an
invitation to participate is below. This result of this process will most
certainly have an impact on bird habitat in Seattle.
If you are a part of an organization and would like to participate early in
the process, the deadline to apply to be in the focus group discussion is
this Friday. The application can be found on the page listed in the
announcement below, but if you want to cut to the chase, just go here:
mahlness at gmail.com
From: Rockwell, Susanne [mailto:Susanne.Rockwell at seattle.gov]
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2015 11:43 AM
To: Rockwell, Susanne
Cc: Sandy Lam (Sandy at stephersonassociates.com)
Subject: Natural Area and Greenbelt Focus Group Invitation - Will you join
On behalf of Seattle Parks and Recreation, I am asking you to have a voice
in future park planning.
We want to hear from you!
We want a diverse group of organizations to share what they value about
Natural Areas and Greenbelts. We have hired a consultant team to host
several focus groups and ask organizations to send a representative to
participate in one focus group session. This process will result in a vision
that will maintain the native forest ecosystem, protect public safety and
enhance positive uses over the long term.
How to get involved
Focus group: Focus groups will discuss existing Natural Areas and Greenbelts
and their uses. Participants will identify priorities, share their opinions,
and develop supporting action items to ensure that Greenbelts and Natural
Areas are managed in a way that ensures their health and vitality, and serve
the open space and "breathing" room needs of the city.
. If your organization would like to participate in a focus group,
we ask that you fill out the attached Focus Group Application Form with the
name, phone number and email address of one representative from your
organization/group and a preferred date and send back to
susanne.rockwell at seattle.gov no later than March 6, 2015.
. You will receive a confirmation of your attendance from our
Consultants, Stepherson & Associates Communications by March 12, 2015.
For more information about the Natural Area and Greenbelt Supplemental Use
Guidelines process, please visit the project webpage:
Strategic Advisor, Office of the Superintendent
Seattle Parks and Recreation
100 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
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