Want to make a difference? Do you care about the environment? Then join Tenacious Roots! Earn service learning hours by addressing the local impacts of climate change and protecting plants and wildlife through political advocacy, community organizing and restoring the forest of Seward Park. Sessions are three weeks long and include one Thursday meeting and one weekend meeting each week. Bus passes and snacks provided!
Ages: 9th-12th grade
APRIL 12- MAY 5 2018
Know your Native Plants!
Host: Franklin High School
Seward Park is home to the only stand of old-growth forest left in Seattle. Many of its trees are more than 200 years old! But the trees are not the only plants that thrive in the park. This region is home to hundreds of native plants many of which call Seward Park home. But they are under attack! Invasive plants have begun to take over parts of the forest. We need your help to remove them in order for native trees and plants to grow and thrive. Join the June cohort to learn about healthy forests and make a difference in the forests of Seward Park!
For more information and to apply please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-652-2444 x 107
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Funds for this project were provided by the USDA Forest Service Urban and Community Forestry Program, administered through the State of Washington Department of Natural Resources Urban and Community Forestry Program.
The USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.