Events

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

E. Prospect Street End Work Party
Saturday, September 17th from 9 am – 12pm 
Volunteers with the Friends of Street Ends and the Seattle Department of Transportation are hosting a work party E Prospect Street work party. Meet at the E Prospect St Shoreline Street End at the intersection of E Prospect Street and 41st Ave S.  Email omar.akkari@seattle.gov, with any questions or to register for this event.   

September Forest Bathing Session. Saturday, September 24, 10am-12pm
Westcrest Park
Join us for a free Forest Bathing Session on Saturday, September 24 from 10am- noon with Cascadia Forest Therapy.  The event will be located at Westcrest Park and meet in the south parking area near the PPatch. Registration is required and space will be limited to 20 participants. Future forest bathing sessions are planned for 2022, so please check here for more dates soon! 

Duwamish Alive Event, Saturday, October 15, 11 am
Gateway Park North
Trees for Seattle is co-hosting a work party with Georgetown Youth Council and Nature Consortium to maintain trees by removing invasive species at Gateway Park North in Georgetown. We will remove litter, place mulch around trees, and have fun together making this park along the banks of the Duwamish a little healthier. Register here to volunteer for this event! 

Seattle Arbor Day, Sunday, October 23, 12pm-3pm
Be'er Sheva Park 
Join Trees for Seattle staff, local community groups, and more as we plant and celebrate trees together! This fun event features: food, music, activities for the whole family, and tree planting! Register here to volunteer to pick up litter, plant trees, and maintain mature trees or just swing by and enjoy this exciting event! 

Green Seattle Day, Saturday October 29
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 for more information about this day of planting and celebration! 

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