Our Programs include Education – Community Service – Habitat Restoration – Advocacy – Workshops
There’s something for every volunteer, area of interest, and level of commitment!
Student and adult volunteers participate in projects that positively affect the environmental health of local neighborhoods and public areas.
We invite all ages to participate. To volunteer or participate in a project or event, see How to Volunteer.
Arbor Day Tree Planting – Encourages Environmental Stewardship
Art in Nature – Connects Kids to the Nature through Art and Culture Activities
Boots on the Ground – Encourages Environmental Stewardship
Climate Outloud – Discusses Climate Change
Earth Week Celebrations – Activities and Education for a Sustainable Planet
Earth Heroes – Awards Students for their Earth Friendly Classroom Activities
Eat Your Garden – Explores Sustainable Gardening Practices
Get Your Earth On! – Engages and Connects Kids to the Natural Environment
Knights of the Living Forest – Develops Advocacy for Causes in Support of the Natural landscape and Wildlife
Living in Harmony with Nature – Encourages the Use of Native Plants in Landscapes to Support Wildlife
National Trails Day – Celebrates Nature with a Hike on a local Trail around Puget Sound
Up-Cycling Native Plants – Stewards Rescue Native Plants
- Native Plant Week – coming in Spring of 2018