From The Evergrey

Working the land on Seattle Works Day

On Seattle Works Day, a bunch of you joined us down in the Duwamish River Valley to help Alleycat Acres prep land for a new native plant garden that’s going to make some bees and neighbors pretty happy.

/ June 20, 2017


Here’s what Anika and Monica will be doing at The Evergrey

Anika will be stepping into a new role leading business development and creative for The Evergrey and Monica will become the Editor, overseeing The Evergrey’s journalism, including its newsletter, storytelling and social media.

/ March 20, 2017


Join The Evergrey and Crosscut for Trivia Night

Expect a few rounds of random questions, a dash of Seattle history, some pop culture, and a few things that your “friend who knows way too much random stuff” will know… so bring them too.

/ March 15, 2017


Got something to share with Seattle? Buy a spot in The Evergrey newsletter!

Today we’re introducing local advertising to The Evergrey’s newsletter. Anyone can place a promotion, whether it’s for a product, service, event, or just to wish someone an extra special happy birthday 🙂

/ March 13, 2017


You just got our 100th Evergrey newsletter

Over 100 issues, we’ve tuned and tweaked The Evergrey newsletter to help you stay connected to your city. Here’s some of what you’ve told us you’d like to see — and how you can help us make it happen.

/ February 17, 2017


Join us on a field trip to Sherman County, Oregon

Sherman County voted exactly opposite as King County in the national election. Now we want to head there to hear what their residents think.

/ February 14, 2017


Hey, Seattle: What makes you trust the news you read?

We’re helping the Reynolds Journalism Institute learn how people decide what information to trust, and would love your help. Got a few minutes? Fill out our survey.

/ February 10, 2017


Support The Evergrey: Become an official member

A lot of you have been asking how you can help us do what we do. Here’s a great new way to support our work and get some great perks in the process.

/ February 3, 2017


‘Once land is gone, it’s gone for good’: A tribute to Seattle’s Cass Turnbull

Cass Turnbull, the woman behind a mysterious protest ‘zoo’ in an empty lot in Green Lake, was a force in Seattle.

/ February 1, 2017


Announcing the members of the Evergrey Writing Group

Here they are: The 14 members of the first-ever Evergrey Writing Group.

/ January 13, 2017