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Following public health guidelines, Trees for Seattle is not currently holding in person events in response to the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19). Sign up for our email list to receive monthly event updates. 

Celebrate Arbor Week!
October 26-30
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Arbor Day is about celebrating our urban forest and the important role trees play in making our communities safer, healthier, and more vibrant. This is the kickoff to tree-planting season in the Pacific Northwest. Although this year we will not be planting trees together in person, we have planned a whole week of virtual activities and events! 

Storytelling Workshop (Virtual)
Tuesday, October 27
6:30 - 7:30 pm
Free, space is limited
Register here

People throughout history and across cultures have used storytelling as a way to capture personal and shared experiences, pass along critical knowledge, and inspire others to act. Stories about trees can connect us to each other, our past, and a vision of a better future. Led by Jourdan Keith, naturalist, educator, and Seattle's Civic Poet, this free workshop will explore a creative approach toward understanding and celebrating the urban forest. 

Already have a great tree story? Share it with us! Email your urban forest memories, love letters to your favorite Seattle tree, and more to *All submissions subject to review for appropriate and non-political content.  

Check out the Growing Old podcast to hear more voices from around Seattle sharing their stories, experiences, and a vision for a future where both humans and trees can grow old together.

Questions? Email or call (206) 615-1668