CWCAP appreciates local businesses who have supported us throughout the years.
Let’s take a look at some of them:
Land Ethics, LLC. is a landscaping company in Seattle, Washington, aimed at working with nature and the natural features of your property. Our motto is “landscaping with nature” and we mean it. Our company was founded by Matthew Kuhar, a Certified Master Pruner, naturalist, artist and professional landscaper who practices land ethics to landscape with nature in mind. Our focus is to maintain health of natural ecosystems by restoring and creating complex environments.
We use hand tools to reduce noise pollution and exhaust fumes and we only use organic products for safe stream runoff for both aquatic and human health.
The esteemed Olmsted Brothers Landscape firm designed the Dunn Gardens in 1915. One hundred years later the vision of the Gardens as a place of timeless grace has been realized. Notable features include naturalistic groupings of trees, broad lawns with borders of shrubs, and woodland walks. Plants range from diminutive erythroniums to large rhododendrons and towering Douglas firs.
A beautiful and historic space that can be toured or reserved for events.
Anna Moore is an artist from the Pacific Northwest who specializes in graphic design and illustration. Her exploratory upbringing infuses her designs with a love of the outdoors and the environment. Anna has volunteered her talents to aid various non-profit environmental groups around the northwest including CWCAP.
Total Creative, Inc. is a local small and lean creative firm developing powerful design and marketing campaigns for a wide range of clients. Their core group of designers offer nearly 40 years of combined design and illustration experience ranging from print development, web design, and branding. The company has designed and produced materials for CWCAP such as our wonderful volunteer lanyards.
Broadview Garden Club
The Broadview Garden Club (BGC) supports local and regional public gardens and garden-related organizations, as well as community non-profits which foster diversity and help our neighbors in the Broadview – Bitter Lake area of northwest Seattle.