Learn about the importance of forests in Tukwila on Saturday, June 3


Learn about the importance of forests in Tukwila on Saturday, June 3, from 9 a.m. – Noon at the Tukwila Community Center:

Are you interested in learning more about the importance of forests? A teacher looking to involve students in hands-on learning? How about a neighbor wanting to connect your community to a forest restoration project? Or maybe you are ready to become a Forest Steward and lead volunteer events with the Green Tukwila Partnership?

Then you should come to our Green Tukwila Orientation on June 3rd, which will be a great opportunity to learn more about the Green Tukwila Partnership and our effort to restore and care for 138 acres of Tukwila’s forests and greenspaces. You can also learn about opportunities to care for a local park or natural area by being trained as a Forest Steward. The event is open to anyone that wants to find out more about how groups and individuals can be a part of our vision!

To sign up for the Green Tukwila Orientation, and to learn more, please click HERE!

For more information:

Nicole Marcotte:
206-905-6924 EXT 324:
[email protected]

The Tukwila Community Center is located at 12424 42nd Ave S.:


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