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Upcoming Events

We celebrate trees year round - join us! All events are free. Check back often for new events and opportunities or sign up for our email list to receive monthly updates.

2016 Canopy Cover Webinar
Monday, May 8
9 - 10 am

Canopy cover is the percent of the city that's covered by trees, as seen in an aerial view. Canopy cover is an important management tool for the City to understand the extent and distribution of trees in Seattle. Seattle's goal, established in 2007, is to reach 30% canopy cover by 2037. The City of Seattle has recently undertaken a new canopy cover study to measure where Seattle's urban forest is in relation to our goals. Results of that study will be presented in this public webinar. You can connect from your computer, tablet, or smartphone through this link: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/818824541 
You can also dial in using your phone.
United States: +1 (872) 240-3212 
Access Code: 818-824-541 

Contact Sandra.pinto_de_bader@seattle.gov with questions.

Central District Tree Walk
Sunday, May 14
10 - 11:30 am
Meet at Garfield Community Center (2323 E Cherry St) [map]
RSVP here

Throughout its existence, several cultures have called the Central District home: from its Jewish beginnings to a Japanese-American neighborhood to becoming a cultural hub for African-American Seattlites. This neighborhood’s rich history is reflected in the diversity of trees that grow throughout the neighborhood. Join us on a Tree Walk this Mother’s Day as we explore many of the unique and historic trees that grow in the northern end of the Central District, including 3 of Seattle’s Heritage Trees. Many of these trees have been here to see the Central District change over the decades, and we will learn a bit about the history of the Central District from the perspective of the trees that inhabit it!

Leschi Triangle Work Party
Saturday, May 20
9 am - 12 pm
Meet at the triangle at S Lane St & Lakeside Ave S [map]
RSVP here

Let's give this landscape a little love! We will remove the aggressive weeds that are making a comeback to help keep the mature trees and native understory healthy. Bring water and wear sturdy shoes. We will provide tools, instructions, and snacks.

Mount Baker Tree Walk
Sunday, May 21
10 - 11:30 am
Meet at the Corner of S McClellan St. and 31st Ave S [map]
RSVP Here

With stunning views of the Cascades and Lake Washington, not to mention a plethora of fantastic trees, the Mount Baker neighborhood provides a soothing natural aesthetic to Seattle's urban environment. Come join us as we celebrate the trees in this lovely neighborhood, complete with information regarding trees and powerlines from City Light.

Luna Park Work Party
Saturday, May 27
9 am- 12 pm
Meet at the Luna Park Café (2918 SW Avalon Way) ( [map]
RSVP Here

Join neighbors and friends to continue working on this West Seattle gateway revitalization project. We will be weeding, cleaning up around the street trees, and spreading mulch in the Luna Park neighborhood. We will provide tools. Wear sturdy shoes and dress for the weather.

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Questions? Email TreeAmbassador@seattle.gov or call 206-615-1668.

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