Volunteers are needed to help restoration efforts at several Duwamish Tribal Sacred Places during an April 15, 2023 Duwamish Alive! event which is a watershed wide effort in healing our lands and waters. 

This event will run from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Twice a year these events organize hundreds of volunteers to work at multiple sites in the river’s watershed, connecting the efforts of communities from Auburn to Seattle.

Volunteers’ efforts include, a river cleanup by kayak, shoreline salmon habitat restoration, and native forest revitalization.

To volunteer,  the following are your volunteer opportunities which have registration links to our partners hosting each site, or email info@duwamishalive.org for additional information:

Any questions, email info@duwamishalive.org.

All ages welcome, these are family friendly with tools, instructions provided. 

For more information and registration, click on the Duwamish Alive link below.

“We are honored to help in stewardship of these important places.”

Duwamish Alive Link

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