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Join us for Duwamish Alive! for a day of  collaborative stewardship in celebration our river’s returning salmon, all 5 salmon species including Chinook which are important for the survival of our local orca.  This collaborative, volunteer effort across our watershed, recognizing that our collective efforts are needed to make lasting, positive improvements in the health and vitality of the Green-Duwamish Watershed. Twice a year these events organize volunteers to work at multiple sites in the river’s watershed, connecting the efforts from our upland forests, creeks, parks and open spaces to our Green-Duwamish River that flows from Mt Rainer to Puget Sound.  This is a free, family friendly event, all are welcome!  Snacks, tools and instruction are provided.  This is a great day to enjoy nature,  join community, and make a difference.

Registration for each site is through our host partner’s registration page:  Registration Links and Additional Sites will continue to be added

Cecil Moses Park, Tukwila   King County Parks

Duwamish Hill Preserve, Tukwila    Tukwila Parks

Duwamish Greenbelt at Pigeon Pt , Seattle    Delridge Neighborhood Development  Association

Duwamish River Kayak Cleanup, Seattle      Puget Soundkeepers Alliance and Heron’s Nest Outdoor Educational Center

Point Rediscovery at Hamm Creek,  Seattle   DIRT Corps

Green Line, 10617 53rd Ave South Seattle     Common Acre and Seattle City Light

həʔapus Village Park and Shoreline Habitat, Seattle    Port of Seattle

Herrings House Park, Seattle     Green Seattle Partnership/Seattle Parks

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