“We Connect Kids to Nature”
We’re Advocates for a Healthy Environment. It’s Important. It’s Possible. It’s Essential to Ensure the Well-Being of Our Planet for Future Generations.


Native GoldenRod Plants - Worth their Weight in Gold

Belying a bad reputation, goldenrods do not trigger allergies—but do benefit pollinators

Attract Bird, Bees and Butterflies

Native Trees, Bushes, and Shrubs, including Strawberry, Huckleberry, Thimble Berry support native pollinators, birds and butterflies, as well as the migratory species that are passing through. Please include these plants in your landscaping or pots on your apartment balcony.

"Making Burien (More) Awesome in 2018"
Get Your Earth On! 
  Residents Plant Trees
and Create Backyard Wildlife Habitats to Address Climate Change


We're at the Burien Farmers Market on Thursdays - 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM
June 7th, July 12th, August 16th, September 6th, and October 4th

Visit our booth and ask how to establish a Wildlife Habitat in your yard or on apartment balcony.


October - Tree Invasive Weed Removal and Planting Events in the Fall - Date to be Announced


This program and the New Start Community Garden is funded in part by the Port of Seattle’s Airport Community Ecology small grants fund, “ACE,” in partnership with the City of Burien and the National Wildlife Federation.


Now accepting Applications for Garden Plots. We invite you to Garden with us!


New Start Garden Application 2018 
SO FAR IN 2018, WE HAVE 51 OF THE 60 PLOTS ASSIGNED.  There's still room!
Print the application and send it in or take it to the school, or pick up an application at New Start High School.  Address is also on the form.

New Start Community Garden
If you live in the Burien area, community garden plots are available.
Garden Address:  614 SW 120th St., Burien, WA 98146
Call 206-948-3710 for more information.

There are lots of reasons to keep a garden---keep the kids busy, save money on groceries, know where your food comes from, and be a part of a community!

Secure your 100 square foot plot for only $25 (financial assistance available). Garden rental includes water access and use of limited tools from the community tool shed.
Return your completed application with $25 to New Start High School.

In 2017 the Garden donated approximately 2,000 pounds of  produce!
Thanks so much to  the generous gardeners that make this possible. 

News release February 2018 in the SeaTac Blog by Omie Drawhorn

Here's the Community Garden Annual Report 2016

Here's the Community Garden Annual Report 2017

Newest Plans - A Fig Tree Garden!

In case your wondering, the kids at New Start School call their section of the garden, the "Shark Garden" after this school mascot - a shark.

Here's the layout.


New Start Community Garden News Release

Delicious Fruit Trees Now Producing!

Fruit Trees Donated by the Nature Stewards Program and Furney's Nursery a couple years ago are now producing delicious fruit!


Climate Change. Global Warming. Let's Talk about It.


Youth Sue Government for A livable Future.
They want updated regulations using current science to secure Clean Air and Clean Water.
It's the most talked about case of the century!

Watch a Video by Our Children's Trust - Features the Plaintiffs and  their cause.  #YouthvGov

Today's Youths Take Action to Secure a Livable Future.

Juliana v. United States was brought by 21 young plaintiffs, and Earth Guardians, who argue that their constitutional and public trust rights are being violated by the government’s creation of climate danger. The case is one of many related legal actions brought by youth in several states and countries, all supported by Our Children’s Trust, seeking science-based action by governments to stabilize the climate system.
https://www.facebook.com/youthvgov/videos/1827467720629191/

While President Trump continues to reject science, these young people are fighting for the future of the planet.

Tool Kit for sharing info about the Youth v. U.S. Gov Case.

Win in the 9th Circuit Court.

The #youthvgov trial date set for February 5, 2018, has been rescheduled for October 29, 2018.
The youth launched #IdRatherBeInCourt campaign when the trial date in February 2018 was postponed.

On October 29, 2018, 21 young people suing the federal government for violating their constitutional right to a safe climate will finally have their day in court.

The date was decided  at a conference in Eugene, Ore., between attorneys for both sides and Magistrate Judge Thomas M. Coffin. The case will be heard by United States District Court Judge Ann Aiken.

 


We're Excited to Share our New Banner with You. Look for this at Outdoor Community Events.


We partner with the King County Employee Giving Program.
If you are a King County employee, please talk to your supervisor or payroll department and give them our four digit number 9841.
They will set up a payroll deduction for a donation amount of your choice.  It's that easy!