This Saturday, we have FOUR volunteer events happening in King County Parks and we want to see you there! Volunteers are an integral part of our parks system as they help maintain out stream corridors and urban forests by planting native trees and shrubs to improve the area’s wildlife and water quality. It’s a fun way to get involved in the outdoors and to benefit your local community spaces. The volunteer events are located across King County so they are easily accessible no matter where you live. Families, children and groups are all welcome to participate. We hope to see you there!
Tina Miller – Natural Lands Volunteer Coordinator: 206-477-6112 or via email
Lina Rose – Parks Volunteer Coordinator: 206-491-3269 or via email
Laurie Clinton – Parks Volunteer Manager: 206-477-6113 or via email
Events are Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
- Nov. 7 – Chinook Bend Natural Area (along the Snoqualmie River, near Carnation) – Contact *Tina Miller
- Nov. 7 – Renton Park (Renton) – Contact **Lina Rose
- Nov. 7 – Fall City Park (along the Snoqualmie River, with the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe) – Contact ***Laurie Clinton
- Nov. 7 – Marymoor Park Birdloop Trail (Redmond, with the Eastside Audubon Society) – Contact ***Laurie Clinton