We are excited to re-start volunteer events. We will begin hosting volunteer events slowly, so we can ensure all COVID-19 Safety Protocols are followed. You can find the complete GSP COVID-19 safety protocols at greenseattle.org/volunteer
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November 28, 2020

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Fall Planting at King Fisher Natural Area on Thornton Creek

November 28, 11am-3pm @ Kingfisher Natural Area on TC

Planting with GSP stewards in a restoration zone that has been cleared and covered in mulch. more

28

Planting Through the Pandemic

November 28, 11am-1pm @ Seward Park

"Let's plant! Put on your rain boots and dance with ferns." Whether or not you're a Bowie fan come on down and put your mark on the park. We will be moving and planting native plants with plenty of time to discuss forest ecology and any and all local bird and natural history you'd like. more

29

Bedstraw, Buttercup & Blackberry, Oh My!

November 29, 1:30pm-3:30pm @ Discovery Park

Wolf Tree is a wooded wetland thriving habitat for wildlife from ground to tree top, from salamanders & snakes to hawks & owls. But invasive plant species encroach from edges, including the nonnative bedstraw (aka clevers), creeping buttercup, Himalayan blackberry, vested blackberry, cutleaf blackberry, herb Robert, English ivy, morning glory, clematis, nipplewort, and bull thistle. Wolf Tree needs vigilant invasive detectives to maintain its health. more

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Magnuson Reforestation

November 29, 1pm-4pm @ Warren G. Magnuson Park

Help improve habitat and create replacement forest on a formerly denuded navy airfield. The aim is to create healthy forest habitat and increase beneficial ecosystem services including provision of human enjoyment and health. It is also an opportunity to enjoy nature and learn a bit about native plants while doing satisfying work. Work is most likely to include installing native plants and removing invasive plants like blackberry but may also include other tasks such as distributing wood chip mulch. more

29

Planting Through the Pandemic

November 29, 11am-1pm @ Seward Park

"Let's plant! Put on your rain boots and dance with ferns." Whether or not you're a Bowie fan come on down and put your mark on the park. We will be moving and planting native plants with plenty of time to discuss forest ecology and any and all local bird and natural history you'd like. more

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