Nature

Longfellow Creek Diaries Project

The iconic Longfellow Creek runs the length of West Seattle. From its headwaters at Roxhill all the way to Elliot Bay, Longfellow Creek is an important part of this city’s story and that of our community. We want your personal stories of the creek in this community Diary of Longfellow – past experiences, current activities or special memories all help tell the tapestry of Longfellow’s story.

For more information on this project, please click here.

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DNDA NATURE NEWS

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Connecting to Longfellow Creek

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