Our Partners

The work of the Green Seattle Partnership is only possible because of the contributions of our incredible partners.

If you would like to suggest an addition to this list, contact info@greenseattle.org

Past and Current partners include:

The City of Seattle – Department of Parks and Recreation, Seattle Public Utilities, Office of Sustainability and the Environment

Applied Ecology

Carkeek Advisory Council

Cascadia Consulting Group

Church of Scientology Washington State

Duwamish Alive!

Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition

Duwamish Infrastructure Restoration Training (DIRT Corps)

EarthCorps

Fauntleroy Watershed Council

Forterra

Friends of Burke Gilman Trail – Sandpoint

Friends of Cedar River Watershed

Friends of Discovery Park

Friends of Frink Park

Friends of Golden Gardens

Friends of Llandover Woods

Friends of Lower Kinnear Park (FOLK Park)

Friends of Madrona Woods

Friends of North Beach Park

Friends of Seward Park

Friends of Southwest Queen Anne Greenbelt

Friends of Yesler Swamp

Garden Cycles

Goodwill

Groundswell NW

Heron Habitat Helpers

King Conservation District

King County Noxious Weed Control Program

Mountains to Sound Greenway

MESA (Magnuson Environmental Stewardship Alliance)

The Mountaineers

Nature Consortium

Northwest Natural Resource Group

Plant for the Planet

PosterGiant

REI

The Student Conservation Association

Seattle Foundation

Seattle Parks Foundation

Seattle Tilth Alliance

Seward Park Audubon

Seattle University

Seattle Urban Nature Project (now EarthCorps Science)

Seattle Works

Signature Landscapes, Inc.

South Seattle College

Starflower Foundation

The Urban Wilderness Project

True North

United Way

US Forest Service Urban and Community Forestry

University of Washington Center for Urban Horticulture

Washington Department of Ecology Washington Conservation Corps

Washington Department of Commerce

Washington Native Plant Society

Woodland Park ZooCorps

The YMCA of Greater Seattle

Youth Green Corps

And our incredible volunteers who roll up their sleeves every week to keep our forested parks healthy. You rock.

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