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Editor’s note: “Between Two Pines” is a weekly column chronicling the history and ecological restoration of various green spaces around the UW and Seattle area.

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The community of Clinton is where State Route 525 morphs from a ferry-bound offshoot of Interstate 405 into Whidbey Island’s arterial roadway. Following it northwest, past the open plots of farmland and dense woodland patches, past local shops and a bayside golf course, lies Hedgebrook Farm,…

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Cottage food permits allow individuals to sell a selection of safe, non-hazardous foods, ranging from dry baked goods to jams and spice, from their residential kitchens. The permit provides home cooks with a proper channel to start and grow their cottage food businesses.

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Sangram Majumdar is getting ready to move. Since 2003, Majumdar has lived and worked in Baltimore as a professor of painting at the Maryland Institute College of Art. This summer, he’ll relocate to Seattle, due to start in the fall as an assistant professor of art with the painting and drawi…

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On May 26, Master of Fine Arts student Payton Cahill presented her thesis, “Ancient Future,” as part of the UW School of Art + Art History + Design’s 2021 MFA + MDes Thesis Exhibition at the Henry Art Gallery. The exhibition is available for viewing with free admission until June 27.

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One word reverberates across my conversations with the four women who make up the Henry Art Gallery’s curatorial leadership: collaborative.