Post Green Seattle Day – Now What?

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 were blown away by the number of volunteers that came out for Green Seattle Day. Secondly, there are so many ways to...
1 Bandana, 6 Great Looks

1 Bandana, 6 Great Looks

Give Back, Get Back There are a lot of great benefits to volunteering with the Green Seattle Partnership: quality time outdoors, connecting with your community, exercise and good vibes! Sometimes there are extra perks too like free snacks and coffee, and even some...
See the Forest for the Teas

See the Forest for the Teas

Thirsty? Then try out some teas made from plants native to our local forests! You can make a native plant tea out of Douglas or Grand fir, Stinging nettle (yeah you read that right), and Nootka rose; and the process of making them is fairly easy! While Douglas and...
Breaking Records in 2017!

Breaking Records in 2017!

In 2017 the Green Seattle Partnership (GSP) made some serious on-the-ground impacts in forested parklands across Seattle.   On the Ground Green Seattle has the ambitious goal to restore all 2,500 acres of forested parklands by 2025, and staff knew that 2017 had to be...
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 Plant Steward...
Green Seattle Day 2017 Success!

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!...