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Celebrate Arbor Day!
Saturday, October 12
9 am - 12 pm
Rainier Beach Community Center (8825 Rainier Ave S) [map]
RSVP here or email treeambassador@seattle.gov

Join the celebration of the amazing trees in the Rainier Valley! The Rainier Valley is home to Seattle's oldest and largest Garry oak trees, Washington's only native oak. Volunteer with us to plant new Garry oaks and other tree species, as well as to care for existing trees. Arbor Day activities include an Ask an Arborist booth, a neighborhood Tree Walk, apple cider press, trash pickup, bird spotting, and more! All ages and abilities welcome.

Green Seattle Day
Saturday, November 2
Locations across Seattle
More information here

Help us create a healthier, happier, and greener Seattle by coming out to our biggest planting event of the year – Green Seattle Day! On November 2nd we will be planting the city’s future forest at 17 neighborhood parks. From creating wildlife habitat, to combating climate change, and providing a place for residents to recreate: having a hand in Green Seattle Day is one of the best ways to give back to your neighbors, parks, and your local forest. All community members are welcome, and no experience is necessary! 

Rainier Beach Tree Planting with Seattle City Light
Saturday, November 2
10 am - 2 pm
10617 53rd Ave S, Seattle
RSVP to scarecrow@commonacre.org

The Green Line is a collaborative restoration project taking place under Seattle City Light's transmission corridor in South Seattle. At this project, you'll learn more about the 100+ species of bees our team has identified, and the native plants and nesting habitats they need to survive! We need your help to care for our native plantings, build soil health, and remove invasive weeds. We will provide all the tools and gloves, but ask that you dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes. We will have water and light refreshments available. It is a short drive to access a public restroom.


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

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