Green Seattle Partnership
Forest Stewards adopt a park they love and help coordinate a restoration project there. Our Stewards are community leaders and our most dedicated volunteers. No experience is necessary; training, materials, and support from staff are provided.
Restoration Volunteers get involved at work parties by removing aggressive invasive weeds, planting native trees and shrubs, mulching, watering, building trails, and helping to ensure that our natural areas stay healthy. Our volunteers make it all happen – join in!
Sponsors are critical to the success of the Green Seattle Partnership. If your business would like to be a part of this amazing effort, please contact us! There are many ways to help, including funding a key piece of the Partnership, making in-kind donations and bringing employees out to volunteer at a work party. Contact us if you would like to help.
Outreach Supporters help get the word out. If you have contacts at a local media outlet, would be willing to write a letter to your local paper or contact your elected officials, or want to help create or distribute outreach materials, we need you!
Interns help with specific projects, usually in our office. Take a look at Forterra’s intern listings to see if a position is open.
About Green Seattle Partnership
The Green Seattle Partnership is a unique public/private partnership between the City of Seattle and Forterra (at the time Cascade Land Conservancy). The Partnership was formed in 2004 by memorandum of agreement between the City of Seattle and Forterra. Seattle Parks and Recreation, Seattle Office of Sustainability and Environment, and Seattle Public Utilities are the three key City departments serving in the Green Seattle Partnership.
Click here to read the Green Seattle Partnership 20 Year Strategic Plan.
Sponsors are critical to the success of the Green Seattle Partnership. If your business would like to be a part of this amazing effort, please contact us!
Please contact us at email@example.com, or by phone at (206) 905-6920.