Join us in caring for and appreciating Seattle's trees:

Forest Bathing along Longfellow Creek Trail
Saturday, December 2
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Juneau Street at Longfellow Creek Trail (one block off of Delridge)
Join Cascadia Forest Therapy and Trees for Seattle for a free Forest Bathing session at a beautiful, wooded greenspace along Longfellow Creek. Participants will get a chance to quiet their mind, engage their senses, and enjoy the beauty of the late fall season. We will be moving along Longfellow Creek- using both a beloved Seattle Public Utilities site and the Longfellow Creek Trail. Please wear weather appropriate, warm clothes and shoes that can travel on and off trail. Registration is required. 

Meadowbrook Pond Luminaria Tree Care Event!
Saturday, December 2nd, 1PM - 3PM
- Meet at the end of 36 Ave NE, 10700 36th Ave NE -
Seattle Tree Stewards and Dirt Corps are having a special Luminaria Tree Care event at Meadowbrook Pond! We’ll be continuing the vegetation management programming (aggressive weeds as well as debris removal) and giving the resident Cottonwood trees more breathing room!  This will be a fun communal opportunity to onramp into the Luminaria festivities!  All skill levels are welcome! Everyone is encouraged to bring sun protection and wear comfortable clothing.  Also- we'll be providing the tools, snacks, and water.  We hope you'll join us!

Meadowbrook Luminaria Walk at Meadowbrook Pond
Saturday, December 2, 5:30-7:30pm
Trees for Seattle and Seattle Public Utilities will be at the luminaria walk answering questions about volunteering at Meadowbrook, the ecology of the pond and salmon, and more! Join us for this special event. 

Youth Tree and Creek Appreciation with Delridge Neighborhood Development Assn. 
Wednesday, December 13, 3-4pm 
Juneau Street at Longfellow Creek Trail (one block off of Delridge) 
Join Trees for Seattle and DNDA staff as we celebrate a beautiful natural area, connect with trees and the creek, and explore. Timed with early release, students should be accompanied by an adult. This will be a time to get to know the natural world in our own backyards. Please wear closed toed shoes, weather-appropriate clothing, and bring a water bottle.  

The Green Seattle Partnership is a collaboration between the City of Seattle, community groups and non-profits, businesses, schools, and thousands of volunteers working together to restore and actively maintain the City's forested parklands. Check out their website and their calendar of volunteer events and signup to support Seattle's forested natural areas.

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