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Forest Carbon Sequestration

Forest Carbon Sequestration

Did you know that the Pacific Northwest is among one of the most naturally carbon rich eco-regions in the world, and our westside forests store more carbon and sequester it at higher rates than anywhere else in the United States? As we continue to face the damaging...

Seattle Forest Week 2022 Recap!

Seattle Forest Week 2022 Recap!

GREEN SEATTLE DAY Cheasty Greenspace 29 participants planted 100 plants. Rainier Beach Urban Farm & Wetland with Tilth Alliance 125 community members attended, and 50 participants planted 152 plants. Lakeridge Park 31 participants planted 33 plants. Discovery Park...

Pride Month

Pride Month

Disclaimer: the following article uses the word 'queer' as an inclusive term for the LGBTQ+ community. We acknowledge the complicated history of this word. This article was written by a queer staff member at GSP who uses it inclusively, not as a pejorative epithet....

Upcoming Youth Opportunities

Upcoming Youth Opportunities

Summer is approaching quickly, and that means young adults throughout Seattle are looking for opportunities to get outside and learn about potential careers! Many Green Seattle partners, including King County Parks, Rainier Beach Youth Stewards, and Student...

Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month

March is Women's History Month, so for the past month, we've been thinking about what this means for us at the Green Seattle Partnership. From Rachel Carson to Deb Haaland, women have made critical contributions to the conservation movement--but in this...

Reflecting on 2021

Reflecting on 2021

It’s easy to remember the not-so-great from 2021. But we’re here to celebrate for a moment or two, because we are so proud of the Green Seattle Partnership community and all we accomplished this last year. Staff at 25+ partner organizations and agencies came together...

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