Join the Green Seattle Partnership to celebrate and restore Seattle’s beautiful forested parks for the 8th annual Green Seattle Day on Saturday, November 2nd from 10 am to 2 pm (event times may vary by site)!
Green Seattle Day is a meaningful way to connect with nature and create a healthy and vibrant community by planting native trees and shrubs in a park near you. The event takes place in 17 parks city-wide. Seattle’s own West Duwamish Greenbelt is this year’s Green Seattle Day’s central hub site.
The Green Seattle Partnership is a collaborative venture between the City of Seattle, non-profit partners, and thousands of committed volunteers that seek to create a sustainable network of healthy forested parklands by removing invasive species and replanting with native shrubs and trees. Without a coordinated effort, Seattle is at risk of losing 70% of its forests in just 20 years.
Green Seattle Day is a celebration of Seattle’s 2500 acres of forested parks, the committed neighbors who care for them, and the kick-off event for the 2013-2014 restoration planting season. We supply all tools and supplies. So, grab a water bottle, roll up your sleeves, and get ready to have fun in the forest!
Learn more and register for your preferred park on the CEDAR. All sites are open for registration!
Green Seattle Day 2013 Sites:
· Main Event Site: West Duwamish Greenbelt
· Warren G. Magnuson - Registration Closed
· Discovery Park
· Golden Gardens - Registration Closed
· St. Mark's Greenbelt
· Burke Gilman Trail
· Lewis Park - Registration Closed
· Westcrest Park
· Seward Park
· Leschi Natural Area
· East Duwamish Greenspace
· John C. Little Park
· Rainier Beach Urban Farm & Wetlands
· Thornton Creek Beaver Pond Natural Area - Registration Closed
· Cheasty Greenspace @Mt. View
· SW Queen Anne Greenbelt
· Carkeek Park - Registration Closed