The Green Seattle Partnership Blog

Restore Your Holiday Decor!

It's that time of year when the temperatures are dropping and everyone is busy holiday shopping. Storefronts and front yards are decorated and dazzling for the holiday season; so we wanted to get in on the fun and to share some DIY holiday decorations with...

Save The Date for 2018 Shareholders!

SAVE THE DATE for the annual GSP Shareholders Meeting on January 27th at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center! This year's theme will focus on "Telling Our Story." Moving into the 14th year of our 20-year plan to restore our forested parklands, we want to educate more...

Much Ado about Mulch

The plants that the Green Seattle Partnership(GSP) plants are very young, babies really, and we need to do everything we can to set them up to be able to grow and thrive. These helpful hints can be used for plants and trees in your yard as well as forest restoration...

The Herons of Commodore Park

Amidst the clamor of the Ballard Locks – loudspeakers blaring, trains rumbling, bells ringing, visitors shouting, and sea lions barking as they scoop up migrating salmon – you may catch the sound of an avian squawk. Looking closer, into a canal-side grove of red...

Post Green Seattle Day – Now What?

So you volunteered for Green Seattle Day and you’re wondering, what’s next? First of all, thank you for coming out to volunteer with us! This year we had a record-breaking number of volunteers come out for Green Seattle Day. Secondly, there are so many ways to...

Green Seattle Day 2017 Success!

This year we broke some Green Seattle Day records and it's all thanks to you, our volunteers! Despite being the coldest November 4th on record since 1973, we still had over 1,200 volunteers come out to 22 parks for our 12th annual Green Seattle Day celebration! With...

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