Green Redmond Partnership

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Plant a Tree on Green Redmond Day – October 28th

Plant trees with us! Join us on Saturday, October 28th, in Redmond parks to help keep our forests healthy and green. Everyone can help! All ages welcome, no experience necessary. We’ll have all gloves and tools for you to use, as well as coffee and snacks to get the morning started. This is our biggest event of the year and our chance to celebrate our favorite forested parks and all of the hard work that has gone into restoration projects throughout the year. We will be hosting work parties in three parks this year for Green Redmond Day, including . Find your favorite park and sign up below!

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP FOR GREEN REDMOND DAY!

Healthy forested parks and green spaces have the power to strengthen neighborhoods, provide safe access to nature and offer numerous benefits and “green services“ to our cities.  Without the coordinated regional effort of the Green City Partnerships to restore and care for our urban parks, we are at risk of losing the many benefits these forests and natural areas provide.

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Since 2009, over 8,500 Green Redmond Partnership volunteers dedicated over 23,000 hours to plant 10,000 trees and 19,700 shrubs and small plants throughout 15 different Redmond parks.

About the Green Redmond Partnership

The Green Redmond Partnership is building a sustainable network of healthy urban green spaces for the benefit and enjoyment of our entire city. Over 20 years, we will be bringing all 1,035 acres of Redmond’s forested parkland into active management. This ambitious goal is crucial for the health of our parks and our city, and it is only possible with the help of an engaged and empowered community. Read more about the Green Redmond Partnership

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