There are new sheriffs in town! After 4 great years of organizing, Andrew has handed the reins over to us – Will and Cayla Key. As a tribute to all the amazing work he did, I put together a map of all the locations EPACC met from 2014-17. Thanks so much for all the work you did, Andrew.
EPACC will meet on Friday, January 18th at 8:00 AM at A Salish Welcome in Ballard. From Atlas Obscura:
Created by sculptor Marvin Oliver in 2010 to mark the preservation of Salmon Bay and the surrounding areas as natural habitats, the aluminum, glass and bronze statue welcomes visitors to a time when the bay was an essential part of local survival. The 16-foot statue takes the form of a brass figure wearing a Salish (a Native American tribe indigenous to the area) ceremonial robe holding a large disc skyward.
Cayla and I have biked by this on the Burke Gilman Trail a bunch of times and never noticed it. So we are excited to check it out. Hope you will join us! Here’s a map.