Duwamish Alive! Orca Earth Day
April 20 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Celebrate Earth Day with Duwamish Alive!
Duwamish Alive! Earth Day Fairs Join us at T107 Park and Roxhill Park, Bog Natural Area to learn more about our river and creeks, with fun activities and food.
Roxhill Park Earth Day Fair: 11:00 – 1:00 9234 29th Ave. SW Seattle 98126 Free hot dog lunch for first 100 attendees, craft activities, bog tours with naturalist guide, informational booths.
T107 Park Earth Day Fair and Welcome Ceremony 9:30 – 1:00 4750 W. Marginal Way SW Seattle 98106 Welcome Ceremony, with special guest speakers, craft activities, informational booths and food.
Become a champion for our Puget Sound Orca and urban wildlife by helping improve our natural habitat sites which support the salmon that Orca depend upon. The Green-Duwamish Watershed is home to 5 species of salmon which spawn in its streams and creeks including the threatened Chinook Salmon that are the primary food for the Southern Resident Orca. By helping to improve and maintain the health of our natural areas, you are also improving the air and water quality throughout our watershed.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for site information and registration. We need your help, please volunteer with one of our partners at the following locations through these links: (registration information is provided on our partners’ links which can be accessed below.)
Hamm Creek/ Veteran’s Conservation Corps To volunteer, email info@DuwamishAlive.org FULL
Roxhill Bog, Friends of Roxhill Bog To volunteer: email email@example.com
Cecil Moses Park, King County To Volunteer, email Sean Walters at firstname.lastname@example.org
Duwamish Hill Plant Nursery, Seattle City Light To volunteer email, Heidi Narte email@example.com
Duwamish Hill Wetlands, ECOSS, Mountain to Sound & Seattle City Light FULL
Green River Natural Area at Neely Manision, Green River Coalition To Volunteer email Micheal@greenrivercoalition.org