Green Redmond Partnership
A member of the Green Cities Network
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.
Learn about Redmond’s Forests – April 8th, 2017
Are you a volunteer interested in learning more about restoration? A teacher looking to involve students in hands-on learning? How about a neighbor wanting to connect your community to a forest restoration project? Or maybe you are ready to become a Forest or Neighborhood Steward and lead volunteer events?
This orientation is a great opportunity to learn more about the Green Redmond Partnership and our effort to restore and care for 1,035 acres of Redmond’s forested parks. You can also learn about opportunities to care for a local park or natural area by being trained as a Forest or Neighborhood Steward. The event is open to anyone that wants to find out more about how groups and individuals can be a part of our vision.
CLICK HERE to Register for the Redmond Forest Orientation
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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
Please contact by email or by phone at (206) 905-6924