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What is Environmental Stewardship?Environmental Stewardship is the actions people take that respect the rights of all living things and all environments, and contribute to healthy and livable communities. It's people caring for our city and our natural resources for today and tomorrow.
Discover your local environment through programs and events at Camp Long, Carkeek Park, Discovery Park, Seward Park, O2 - Outdoor Opportunities, Seattle Aquarium & more...
Join Seattle Parks and our partner organizations to help us care for our environment and volunteer in our parks.
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CARING FOR OUR CITY
Seattle Parks is always looking for new ways to preserve and enhance our environment.
Programs include pesticide reduction, horticulture, recycling, and more...
STEWARDSHIP PLANNING AND PROJECTS
Seattle Parks plans for a greener future by acquiring new parks space, developing forward-thinking polities, prioritizing sustainable buildings and development, and more...
GSP K-12 FORESTRY PROJECT
The Urban Forestry Project incorporates multi-grade teaching that begins with high school students conducting scientific investigations that analyze the health of local forests. more...
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Updated February 23, 2012
CLASSES & PROGRAMS
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SEATTLE VOLUNTEER NATURALISTS
Do you love sharing nature with others? Then you might be the perfect candidate for the Seattle Volunteer Naturalist program.
Your Seattle Parks Client and Environmental Services staff, and our
former Play Equipment Committee support clean and safe play opportunities
for our kids. Using our Maintenance Asset List, Seattle Parks started
testing and replacing arsenate containing play sets in 1997. Sacajawea
Playground, the last in 2003. Kids and parents of all ages are encouraged
to hit a Seattle Parks playground near your home to check out these
new environmentally friendly and safe play structures.
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