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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.

Jackson Park Tree Hike (Segment 1)
Saturday, February 10
10am – 12pm
Jackson Park Golf Course Parking Lot (NE 135th St and 11th Ave NE) [map]
RSVP

Come spend your Saturday morning with Tree Ambassador Vinnie and Roslyn as they take you through the first section of this three-part hike on the Jackson Park Trail. Learn some interesting facts about the trail as well the native, non-native and naturalized trees. This is section contains steep hills and muddy terrain, so please wear appropriate footwear.

Meadowbrook Pond Work Party
Saturday, February 17
10 am - 12 pm
Meet at the entrance to Meadowbrook Pond off the dead end of 36th Ave NE, south of NE 110th St [map]
RSVP

Meadowbrook Pond is a beautiful community asset and home to numerous birds and other wildlife. But it needs your help! Tree Ambassador Anna will be leading volunteers to remove the aggressive weeds threatening the trees and other healthy vegetation around the pond.

Georgetown Work Party
Saturday, February 17
10 am – 12 pm
Meet at Airport Way S & Corson Ave S, in front of the Corson Building, 5609 Corson Ave S
RSVP

Some of Georgetown's biggest trees are being threatened by invasive weeds like ivy and they need our help! Help us finish our work of clearing ivy from a landscape in the historic Georgetown neighborhood. This will give the majestic oaks growing there some much-needed breathing room and allow us to replant the area with healthy plants in the future.

Capitol Hill Tree Walk
Sunday, February 18
9:30 - 11:30 am
Meet at Joe Bar, 810 East Roy St, Seattle [map]
RSVP

Join Trees for Seattle team member Neeyati to explore the trees of Capitol Hill. Learn about trees’ origins and functionality in Seattle’s urban canopy. Meet at Joe Bar and pick up a crepe or coffee to keep you warm along the walk.

Interbay Work Party
Saturday, March 31
9 am – 12 pm 
Meet at traffic triangle at W Emerson Pl and 21st ave W outside Caffe Appassionato [map]
RSVP here

Let’s give this landscape a little love! We will continue remove aggressive ivy and bindweed that threatens the lovely trees in this landscape. Join friends and neighbors to spend the morning revitalizing the neighborhood.

Master Native Plant Steward Program
Fridays, March 2 - May 18
Saturday, March 24 and April 21
Seward Park, Camp Long, and other local parks

Become a Master Native Plant Steward to help restore the health of Seattle’s forested parks! No previous experience is necessary, and the comprehensive training will include information on: forest restoration techniques, engaging park neighbors, recruiting volunteers, and working with youth, Western Washington native and invasive plant identification, Puget Sound ecology, site design and planning, and project leadership and management. Learn more and download the application here. For more information, contact Master Stewardship Coordinator Joy Wood at 206-963-5704. Application Deadline is February 11, 2018.



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

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