In August 2009 we published a tree survey questionnaire here. We got quite a few responses, but we’re looking for more. Our grant proposal is currently being reviewed has been approved for funding by the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods. If approved, We will contract with an arborist to survey the neighborhood for trees, but Crown Hill is a large area to survey, and we can ensure the trees we think are significant are looked at by the arborist by identifying as many as possible ahead of time. We’ll be sponsoring a neighborhood walk in September 2010, and publishing a push-pin type map (similar to the one below) showing the trees.Â Please take a look around and submit trees you think are significant whether they are in your yard, a neighbors yard, a public space. UPDATE (May 2010): Our grant proposal was approved for funding by the DON. The questionnaire is still open, so take a look at the updated map below and submit more trees. Thanks
View Crown Hill Tree Map in a larger map
To see the map larger and with a descriptive legend, click here.
And if you think you would like to help in this effort we have volunteer opportunities once our proposal is funded. Contact: email@example.com Most important though, is your input. Submit your favorite tree(s) here.
Remember, its not just about the location of the trees, but also the stories and the significance to you.