Training Videos

Upcoming Trainings


You can find recordings from previous trainings below. 

Art as a GSP Engagement Tool  - Tuesday, November 30th, 12-1 PM

Molly Duttry is the Arts Program Manager for the Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association. Molly grew up in a lively art community in Vaughn, Washington on the Key Peninsula. She is a recent graduate from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Interdisciplinary Visual Arts. After growing up with an art non-profit dedicated to providing art education to underprivileged youth, Molly knew she wanted to start on a path towards providing similar programs to youth in her new community. Working with DNDA allows Molly to do what she loves, planning enriching art and nature-based activities for youth. An avid traveler and landscape photographer, she enjoys traveling to local and distant places when she can. Molly is also a mix media artist, making works on paper using photographs, watercolor, and various printmaking techniques.


Live Stake Training and Harvest  - Saturday, December 11th, 11AM-1 PM

Come join us at the Magnuson Park Live Stake Planting Beds to harvest live stakes for your site. GSP Staff will be on site assist with instructions and identifications for all who need it. If you are new to live stake collection here is an introduction training video – 


Related Training Opportunities

Our partners have a wealth of information and host webinars and trainings to share it! Below is a list of organizations that host webinars, with links to their websites.

Washington Native Plant Society

Delridge Neighborhood Development Association (DNDA)

King Conservation District 

Seward Park Audubon

Seattle Audubon

US Forest Service Urban Forest Connections

GSP Videos

Check out our previous trainings and webinars that we have recorded, as well as training videos we have put together for you!

Just Language: Transitioning Plant and Animal Names and Context

Centering Anti-Racism Within GSP

Woodchips in planting hole

Plant Orders

Western Red-Cedar Die-off

Duwamish Tribe and Land Acknowledgement 

Environmental Justice and Wildlife in our Urban Ecosystems

Online Volunteer Recruitment

Other Online Webinars

Check out these webinars that we have enjoyed and learned from! 

If you have suggestions for trainings that you would be interested in, or think would be helpful for others, please email Maya.

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