Every year we take the third Monday in January off of work and school to celebrate and remember Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.. This year, spend the day giving back to your community, and the planet with the Green Seattle Partnership. We have events on MLK day, and the weekend before all around the city, find one in your neighborhood below!

Monday, January 21st 

West Kubota – RSVP here

Cheasty Greenspace at Cheasty Blvd. – RSVP here

Kubota Gardens Natural Area- RSVP here

Mt. Baker Park – RSVP here

Magnuson Park- RSVP here

Seward Park- RSVP here

Pigeon Point – RSVP here

SW Queen Anne Greenbelt – RSVP here

Jackson Park – RSVP here

Genesee Park and Playfield – RSVP here

Lewis Park – RSVP here

Sunday, January 20th

Westcrest Park- RSVP here

Lincoln Park- RSVP here

saturday, January 19th 

Carkeek Park – RSVP here

East Duwamish Greenspace – RSVP here

Magnuson Park- RSVP here

Discovery Park- RSVP here

Westcrest Park- RSVP here

Solstice Park- RSVP here

Lawton Park – RSVP here

Jackson Park – RSVP here

Longfellow Creek – RSVP here

Friday, January 18th 

Burke-Gilman Trail – RSVP here

Rainier Beach Urban Farm & Wetland – RSVP here

 

If you can’t make it out to volunteer on MLK day, but still want to volunteer click here to find a GSP event almost every day of the year!

Maya Klem

Stewardship Associate, Forterra

Maya is born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, and is thrilled to be part of a team dedicated to protecting the land she has always called home. Maya recently graduated Western Washington University where she studied Biology, Chemistry, and Spanish.   During her time in college, she discovered a passion for conservation and restoration work while studying in the jungles of Costa Rica and Peru. Aside from exploring tropical and temperate forests, Maya enjoys cooking, traveling, skiing, and smiling at dogs. Maya is serving a one year AmeriCorps term with Forterra.