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Upcoming Events

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Wallingford Summer Work Party
Saturday, July 20
9 am - 12 pm
SE Corner of N 46th St & Aurora Ave N [map]
RSVP here or email treeambassador@seattle.gov

Let’s show this landscape a little love! Spend your Saturday morning weeding, mulching, and cleaning up this neighborhood greenspace.
Tools, gloves, instruction and light snacks will be provided.

Right Tree, Right Place Workshop
Saturday, July 20
11 am – 12 pm 
Rainier Beach Public Library Branch [map]
RSVP here

A well placed tree can help conserve energy, provide a visual screen, and provide years of beauty. However, a tree placed in the wrong place can be harmful and potentially expensive! The small tree you plant today will grow and its roots may be as expansive as the tree's branches. This workshop will help you make sure you select the right kind of tree and a location with enough room to grow above and below ground.

North Capitol Hill Tree Walk 
Saturday, July 27
9 – 11 am 
Meet outside Joe Bar, at 810 E Roy St [map]
RSVP here or email treeambassador@seattle.gov

Join Tree Ambassador Elizabeth in exploring the trees of this quiet corner of Capitol Hill. Learn about their origins and functionality in Seattle’s urban canopy and check out one of Seattle’s designated Heritage Trees. Meet outside Joe Bar and pick up a crepe or cold drink to enjoy along the walk.

Meadowbrook Pond Work Party
Saturday, July 27
9 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 here or email treeambassador@seattle.gov

Meadowbrook Pond is a beautiful community space and home to lots of birds and other wildlife. It needs your help! Join us to remove aggressive weeds like ivy and blackberry that threaten the health of this urban gem that is important to humans, wildlife, and trees. Tools and gloves provided.

Right Tree, Right Place Workshop
Saturday, August 3
11 am – 12 pm 
Lake City Public Library Branch [map]
RSVP here

A well placed tree can help conserve energy, provide a visual screen, and provide years of beauty. However, a tree placed in the wrong place can be harmful and potentially expensive! The small tree you plant today will grow and its roots may be as expansive as the tree's branches. This workshop will help you make sure you select the right kind of tree and a location with enough room to grow above and below ground.

E Prospect Street Shoreline Street End Work Party
Saturday, August 17
9:30 am - 12:30 pm 
Meet at the corner of E Prospect St & 41st Ave E, adjacent to the Seattle Tennis Club. [map]
RSVP here or email TreeAmbassador@seattle.gov

Be part of our third community effort (spearheaded by neighbors, the Madison park community and Friends of Street Ends) to restore a little-known neighborhood public shore! We will be removing blackberry and ivy and placing mulch to reclaim the space and free the trees from these aggressive weeds. This is a great opportunity to make your mark on your neighborhood landscape while connecting with friends and neighbors! 

Central District Beginners Tree Walk
Saturday, August 24
10 - 11:30am
Meet at the corner of E Union St. & 14th Ave, across from Skillet Diner [map]
RSVP here or email treeambassador@seattle.gov

Have you ever wondered what all the trees around Seattle are? This centrally-located Tree Walk will show you 20+ of Seattle’s most popular tree species and a few special rare tree treats. Get started learning to identify, appreciate, and advocate for the urban trees that make our city healthier, more enjoyable, and climate-resilient. This walk is about one mile long with paved, mostly flat sidewalks and 2 blocks uphill.


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

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