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Trail Guides: Time to Head to the Trails

O.O. Denny Park Trail Guide Do you have a copy of the newest Finn Hill Trail Guide? With spring in the air, now is the time to get it! Last May, a new trail guide showing the trails, trailheads, and points of interest within O.O. Denny Park, MacDonald Memorial Preserve, and a portion of Big Finn Hill Park...

Expand your Environmental Knowledge: Free Online Courses

Hello Finn Hill neighbors,  I am happy to share with you a longish list of courses you might take in your spare time for the environment-minded. Attached are some Free Online Courses offered by some of the world’s renowned universities working particularly on disaster preparedness, environmental awareness,...

Big Finn Hill Park Trail Maps

The Big Finn Hill Park Trails plan rolled out to the public in  June 2013 was the culmination of a year of meetings by a group of diverse park users. The plan was signed by King County Park director Kevin Brown in March of 2014. A group called “Friends of Big Finn Hill trails” with...

UW Tests New Earthquake Early Warning System

Washington and Oregon will be covered by software program which opens testers’ computers and shows the earthquake epicenter, its magnitude, and the time before shaking. The trials will run about a year. The trial group includes Boeing, Microsoft, Sound Transit, Providence Hospital and other hospitals,...

Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training

Sign-ups are now open for their Spring 2015 course. The 8-week course starts on 2/25, and the training culminates with a simulation drill on 4/25. If you’re interested, you can find more information on the city’s website:...

The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network Online

Did the ground shake for you? Perhaps it was your love being near. Perhaps it was a seismic event. The Pacific Northwest Seismic Network has put the Inglemoor High School’s monitoring site online. You can see the latest charts and previous ones at:...

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