Become a Master Native Plant Steward

Become a Master Native Plant Steward

Are you curious about the natural world?  Want to connect with others to care for a park near you?  The Washington Native Plant Society (WNPS), Seattle Parks and Recreation, and the Green Seattle Partnership are recruiting now for the Master Native...
Make This MLK Day a Day On, Not a Day Off

Make This MLK Day a Day On, Not a Day Off

  “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is: ‘What are you doing to help others?’” –  Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This year, make MLK a day on, not a day off, by volunteering with the Green Seattle Partnership!...
Save The Date for 2018 Shareholders!

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...
Searching for Big Trees

Searching for Big Trees

Seattle Parks and Recreation Plant Ecologists wrapped up the June Phase 4 forest assessments. We made site visits to some of the oldest Green Seattle Partnership restorations in the West and East Duwamish Greenbelts. Some of the trips helped to verify what our...
Letting the Light Shine Through

Letting the Light Shine Through

We take intentional steps to initiate and accelerate the healthy recovery of the city’s forested parkland. Over the past ten years of the program, we have realized restoration can take many forms, and a one-size fits all approach won’t always work in order...
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