TALES FROM AN URBAN CANOPY

This is the kind of story that begins in a forest, on the traditional lands of the Duwamish, Muckleshoot, Suquamish, and Coast Salish People, past and present. It’s a story about Seattle’s urban forest and the humans that live within it.

TALES FROM AN URBAN CANOPY

Our series begins on the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day in a rapidly changing city. Over the course of seven episodes, we imagine what Seattle might look like in the year 2070, if we’re to become a place where both trees and humans grow old.

We start in the year 2070, imagining what our City might look like if we planted the right seeds today. We follow the story of Chief Seattle Club, as they turn concrete into a Medicine Garden at Eagle Village. And we end each episode with how we might work together so that the humans and trees in our community can grow old. 

Our series went live on the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day in a rapidly changing city. Subscribe on your favorite streaming platform. 

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