Circular City + Living Systems Lab

June 29, 2019

Global Sustainability Scholars in Seattle

The Circular City + Living Systems Lab team was happy to host nine Global Sustainability Scholars and two Global Sustainability Fellows from various higher-education institutions around the United States in the beginning of summer 2019. In four days, the group explored the Food-Water-Energy nexus around Seattle through visits with subject matter experts, ranging from a salmon hatchery to an industrial-scale food distribution center.

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Click here to learn more about the Global Sustainability Scholars program.

The CCLS would like to thank the following organizations around the Puget Sound area for making this experience insightful and memorable:

Waterlines project

Friends of the Issaquah Salmon Hatchery

King County South Treatment Plant

Bullitt Center

The Integrated Design Lab

Friends of Waterfront Seattle

Pike Place Market Foundation

Safeway distribution center in Auburn, WA

Seattle Tilth Alliance and the Rainier Beach Urban Farm

Farmbox Greens

Anything Aquaponics