Connect Kids to Nature!
With your generosity, we’ll continue to provide the quality environmental programming communities need and deserve. Thank You!
Send Checks to: Weed Warriors, Nature Stewards Program
PO Box 3455
Renton, WA 98056
Weed Warriors is a 501c3 Public Charity approved by the IRS and donations are tax deductible to the extent provided by law. Our EIN number is 80-0342794.
We participate in the King County Employees Giving Program.
If you are a King County employee, please talk to your supervisor or payroll department to support the Weed Warriors with your donation. Give them our number, 9841, and they will set up a donation to us from you via the payroll department. Our volunteers with with King County in Parks, Trails and Open Spaces with boots on the ground to remove weeds and restore habitats. All you need is our four digit code for Weed Warriors, Nature Stewards – 9841.
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Our mission: Inspiring People to Experience Nature and Become Environmental Stewards.
Our Vision: People Living in Harmony with Nature
We provide education that empowers people to become environmental stewards. Our public projects relieve the burden of government and improve the aesthetic, recreational and economic value of public parks, trails, and open spaces. We empower youth through education and creativity to find their voices, steward the earth, and change the world.
The Nature Stewards is an educational program of the Weed Warriors, a WA State Non-Profit Public Charity founded in 2008,
with 501(c)(3) designation under the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
Weed Warriors, Nature Stewards Program is registered with the Washington State’s Charities Program, www.sos.wa.gov/charities .
Weed Warriors are stewards of public places – parks, trails, and open spaces. We are passionate about living in harmony with nature.
Our Nature Stewards program empowers communities to connect to the natural landscape, fosters an appreciation and stewardship of the environment and advocates for social responsibility of public areas. Volunteers of all ages help shape the environmental health of their public places by participating in local restoration projects – removing invasive weeds and planting native plants. We empower youth to find their voices to steward the earth and change the world through education, arts, and creative programming. We advocate for communities to connect with nature and provide habitat for birds, butterflies and pollinators.
Get involved and become an environmental steward!