Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment for Bellevue


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Bellevue Botanical Garden (BBG) is a place of recreation, restoration, and education that is widely used by Bellevue citizens. It is also an increasingly important destination for visitors to the city. Students in a UW landscape architecture planting design seminar will develop planting plans for an undeveloped, but prominently located, portion of BBG. Their planting designs will explore ecologically appropriate restoration techniques for a highly degraded wetland area and will enhance BBG by serving as an experientially pleasing and educationally valuable garden exhibit.

Read the final student report delivered to the local gov/community partner.

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Teri Thomson Randall
Program Manager

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Bob Freitag

Senior Lecturer

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Jennifer Ewing
Community Development; Engineering

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