But the message in their products radiates with the essence of a good business. These are unique and interesting designs that curiously call to you to join, support or just admire them; they evoque the thoughtful care and love of the artisans and leaders behind them.
Our own Ming-Ming Tung Edelman at RAI works with Largesse closely. Come to Ilse’s presentation this Thursday to find out why. www.Largessecompany.com
A classic example: The salmon that return to spawn each fall at Carkeek Park. What used to be a sewage outflow to the sound was cleaned up years ago in a project led by Boy Scouts and neighbors, and supported by the city. Now, there is nothing more exciting in the Fall than to hike down into Carkeek Park from Holman Road, following the stream to the last foot bridge to watch the salmon splashing and wrestling in the gravel lined shallows underneath.
Renee believes Thornton Creek could be the same. Cleaning it up is another opportunity for local neighbors to bring the natural magic back to their local stream. Many eyes have watched and many heads have planned, from Seattle Public Utilities to the Thornton Creek Alliance. Now we need hands to put those plans in place. For more information, see Thornton Creek Watershed Restoration at www.tcwrestoration.org.