Events

Join us in caring for and appreciating Seattle's trees:

Delridge Neighborhood Tree Care Event:
Saturday, February 17,  10am-1pm
SW Juneau Street at 25th Ave SW/Longfellow Creek Trail (one block off of Delridge Way SW).
Coordinates: Here
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Neighbors and Longfellow Creek supporters are joining Dirt Corps and Trees for Seattle in removing weeds and keeping the forest happy along Longfellow Creek! This Tree Care Event is your chance to meet fellow forest volunteers and help support this beautiful section of the Longfellow Creek Trail! All skill levels are welcome! Please wear clothing that can get dirty, including long sleeves, long pants, and closed-toed shoes. We'll be working rain or shine, so everyone is encouraged to bring rain gear if the weather forecast says chance of rain.  We'll be providing the tools, snacks, and water. Bring work gloves if you have them, and we'll have some folks can borrow as well.  We hope you'll join us!   

Meadowbrook Pond February Tree Care Event:
Saturday, February 24,  10am-1pm
Meet at the end of 36 Ave NE near the address 10700 36th Ave NE, and we'll walk into the park to our worksite together. 
Coordinates: Here
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Seattle Tree Stewards and Dirt Corps are hosting a February Tree Care Event at Meadowbrook Pond! Volunteers are invited to join us in continuing vegetation management (removing aggressive weeds) at multiple locations throughout Meadowbrook Pond. Our work will focus on clearing ivy and blackberry so other plants can thrive, and help keep the paths clear so folks can enjoy their travels around the Pond. We'll meet at the 36th Ave NE entrance, and walk to our worksite together from there. All skill levels are welcome! Please wear clothing that can get dirty, including long sleeves, long pants, and closed-toed shoes. We'll be working rain or shine, so everyone is encouraged to bring rain gear if the weather forecast says chance of rain. We'll be providing the tools, snacks, and water. Bring work gloves if you have them, and we'll have some folks can borrow as well. We hope you'll join us!

The Green Seattle Partnership is a collaboration between the City of Seattle, community groups and non-profits, businesses, schools, and thousands of volunteers working together to restore and actively maintain the City's forested parklands. Check out their website and their calendar of volunteer events and signup to support Seattle's forested natural areas.

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Questions? Email TreesforSeattle@seattle.gov or call (206) 615-1668