Spring is nearly here, and it is time to dig in! Spend a lovely morning next to scenic Rattlesnake Lake on March 4th while planting a forest of native shrubs and trees. We’ll have an amazing view of the lake and the popular Rattlesnake Ledge, plus the occasional wildlife sighting while we work. Volunteers will also have the opportunity to take a quick tour of the facility with a Seattle Public Utilities staff member. There is an extensive history to this place with many entertaining stories to be told!
Come one come all, volunteer with us on the Cedar River this fall! Spend a lovely morning on the river with us on November 19th, spreading mulch and planting a forest of native shrubs and trees. We’ll have a great view of a bald eagle’s perch and an occasional deer and bunny sighting while we work. What better way to spend your morning than by getting your hands dirty, convening with nature and doing something great for your community and the environment!
Join hundreds of volunteers planting thousands of trees and other plants in parks throughout the City that will grow up to be the next generation of our urban forest. Green Seattle Day is a celebration of the forest that makes this the Emerald City. Help us keep it that way!
5/15-5/20 Office & Event Support for Amazing Community Fundraiser
Join Forterra in hosting the Conservation Awards Breakfast on May 19th, an annual community breakfast that supports and promotes our amazing partners and the work we do together in creating great communities and conserving great lands. We need your help to make this event a huge success!
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Recology CleanScapes has partnered with DuwamishAlive! and Seattle Parks and Recreation to host a restoration event at this year’s 10th anniversary DuwamishAlive! spring event. Each year DuwamishAlive! draws hundreds of volunteers to work together in the Duwamish Watershed, making lasting improvements in the vitality and health of our native habiatas, open urban spaces, and air and water for both people and wildlife. Come help us clean up the park and remove invasive plants in this ongoing effort to preserve Seattle’s Duwamish River!