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Celebrate Earth Day with Duwamish Alive! Become a champion for urban wildlife by helping improve our natural habitat sites which support wildlife, help clean our air and water while providing outdoor recreation throughout our watershed. Please contact us at info@duwamishalive.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.)

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After helping to create healthy habitat for our wildlife, celebrate with the National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife Festival at Discovery Park, Seattle from 1:00 – 5:00 with kids activities, wildlife hikes, bird watching, arts and crafts, free Ranger Rick magazines, and more!


Gateway Park in Georgetown, DIRT Corps

Hamm Creek/ Veteran’s Conservation Corps To volunteer, email info@DuwamishAlive.org

Herrings House Park, Seattle Parks FULL

Longfellow Creek, King Conservation District Full

Pigeon Point Park, Nature Consortium & EarthCorps

Roxhill Bog, Friends of Roxhill Bog To volunteer: email info@duwamishalive.org

T107, Duwamish Cleanup Coalition FULL

Duwamish River Kayak Clean Up, Puget Soundkeeper FULL


Cecil Moses Park, King County To Volunteer, email Lina Rose at lina.rose@kingcounty.gov

Duwamish Hill Preserve, Forterra (Accepting groups & individuals)

Duwamish Hill Plant Nursery, FULL

Duwamish Hill Wetlands, FULL

Duwamish Shoreline Challenge, Forterra FULL

North Wind’s Weir, EarthCorps FULL


Fenster Park, Green River, King County & City of Auburn Auburn Parks, Fenster Park ( Duwamish Alive! is part of Auburn’s Clean Sweep event so be sure to indicate Weeding/Landscaping/Planting on the registration form.)



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