Green Seattle Guide - http://seattle.gov/environment/cag/index.html
This site from the city of Seattle’s Office of Sustainability and Environment allows you to explore the many things you and your family can do to protect the natural environment in Seattle and the Puget Sound Region. There are 101 eco-actions listed on this site to help you, your family and neighbors make the best choices and become part of an environmental solution specifically crafted for Seattle.
Greenfestival - http://www.greenfestivals.org/content/view/14
Green Festivals are celebrated in Chicago, Washington, D.C., San Francisco and Seattle. The festivals bring together local and nationally responsible individuals, businesses and environmental, social justice and community organizations. This site is a joint project of Global Exchange and Co-op American.
Grist – Environmental News & Commentary - http://grist.org/news/maindish/2007/08/10/colleges
Grist is an environmental nonprofit organization located in Seattle. The site includes a list of the top 15 green colleges and universities, as well as a number of other green listings such as notable people, places and things.
Herban Feast - http://www.herbanfeast.com
Herban Feast is a catering company in West Seattle that specializes in using local produce at its events. They support regional growers from the San Juan Islands to the Wenatchee Valley. Recipes highlight the flavors of each locale. They are happy to cater your green wedding and serve the Seattle metropolitan area as well as the Pacific Northwest.
How to Get Rid of Stuff You Don't Want or Need - http://dnr.metrokc.gov/WTD/community/oldstuff.htm
This site, from King County’s Natural Resources & Parks Water Treatment Division, recommends methods for disposing of residential and household waste. Find information about items that should go down toilets, sinks, drains, or in the garbage.
Kids Web- King County Natural Resources Kids Page - http://www.metrokc.gov/dnr/kidsweb/solid_waste_main.htm
Discover how much garbage the average King County resident produces, where it goes, how it can be reduced and how a landfill works.
King County Environmental Purchasing Program - http://www.metrokc.gov/procure/green/program.htm
The King County Environmental Purchasing Program provides county personnel with information and technical assistance to help them identify, evaluate and purchase economical and effective environmentally preferable products and services.
King County Online Materials Exchange - http://your.kingcounty.gov/solidwaste/exchange/index.asp
The goal of this online exchange program is to help keep reusable items out of the waste stream. Anyone may browse through the listings and purchase reusable items. You’ll need to set up an account. Listings include household items, reusable building materials and information on garage and yard sales.
King County Water Supply - http://dnr.metrokc.gov/topics/water-supply/index.htm
Learn about the water supply in King County and explore the following topics: climate change and drought, drinking water, water supply planning and coordination and water for fish habitat.
King County Yard and Garden Resources - http://dnr.metrokc.gov/topics/yard-and-garden/index.htm
Provides information and programs related to environmentally friendly gardening and yard care. Find information on safer gardening and pest control, how to identify noxious weeks as well as a Northwest Native Plant Guide.