Training Videos

Upcoming Trainings

 Centering Anti-Racism Actions in the Green Seattle Partnership

Thursday, August 12, 4 – 5:30 PM

Register on Zoom using this link!

Description: How has Green Seattle Partnership been shaped by racism? What can we do to address historical harms, build equitable programming, and support long-term forest and community health in Seattle? Join us for an online workshop to better understand the context and actions specific to the Green Seattle Partnership. Belinda Chin, Seattle Parks and Recreation Program Coordinator and Race and Social Justice Change Team Co-lead, will provide important context about racism in our park system, the broader environmental movement, and GSP programming. Participants will explore implicit bias to better understand how it may show up in their role as Forest Steward or Green Seattle Partnership partner. Plant Ecologist’s will give an update on the program’s Race and Social Justice Initiative actions for 2021 and will provide resources for additional learning. This workshop will build off concepts discussed in the December 2020 workshop, Environmental Justice and Wildlife in our Urban Ecosystems. Participants are encouraged to review the workshop in advance.   

 

 

Related Training Opportunities

Our partners have a wealth of information and host webinars and trainings to share it! Below is a list of organizations that host webinars, with links to their websites.

Washington Native Plant Society

Delridge Neighborhood Development Association (DNDA)

King Conservation District 

Seward Park Audubon

Seattle Audubon

US Forest Service Urban Forest Connections

GSP Videos

Check out our previous trainings and webinars that we have recorded, as well as training videos we have put together for you!

Woodchips in planting hole

Plant Orders

Western Red-Cedar Die-off

duwamish tribe and land acknowledgement 

Environmental Justice and Wildlife in our Urban Ecosystems

Online Volunteer Recruitment

Other Online Webinars

Check out these webinars that we have enjoyed and learned from! 

If you have suggestions for trainings that you would be interested in, or think would be helpful for others, please email Maya.

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