World of the East Duwamish

World of the East Duwamish

Matthew Hilliard Day job: Corpsmember with Washington Conservation Corps Forest Steward at East Duwamish GS: Beacon Ave S (aka Horton)   My 1st priority for becoming a GSP forest steward was and still is to restore the ecosystems and habitat that have existed in the...
Heron Watch 2016!

Heron Watch 2016!

Great Blue Herons are fascinating birds that can live up to 20 years. These majestic animals can grow to up to 4.5 feet tall and have a wingspan of over 6.5 feet wide, and they are living right in our wild backyard! Seattle is home to heron colonies in Kiwanis Ravine...
Seattle Parks seek superhero volunteers!

Seattle Parks seek superhero volunteers!

Have you volunteered recently? If you have, let us take a minute to say a huge thank you! The Green Seattle Partnership could never do be what it is without your help. With thousands of people pitching in tens of thousands of hours at hundreds of events every year,...
Green-Duwamish Watershed Symposium 2016

Green-Duwamish Watershed Symposium 2016

Do you know that the Green River and the Duwamish River are actually one river, 65 miles long with its headwaters in the Cascade Mountains flowing through wilderness, farmlands, tribal lands, suburbs and dense urban areas?  Join us for a day of learning about this...
First Call for Forest Steward Cohort #12

First Call for Forest Steward Cohort #12

Seattle’s forests need volunteers to safeguard our favorite forested parks. Are you interested in leading your own forest restoration project, or joining an existing volunteer team that needs a boost? Then we want you to reserve some dates in advance of the 2016...