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Duwamish Alive Spring Planting Event!

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On April 22, 10am to 2pm, join Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition/TAG, EarthCorps Sound Stewards, and Puget Soundkeeperas we keep important habitat and public access space along the Duwamish River safe and beautiful! Volunteer work will be happening on land and on the water! And as a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to do both! Terminal 107… Read more.

Fall 2016 Duwamish Alive!

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Volunteer with Duwamish Alive! on October 22 at T-107 Park!  It is a great day to get our hands a little dirty and support the health of the Duwamish River!  Volunteers will help weed and plant to ensure this important restoration area is thriving for salmon, wildlife, and more. More details coming soon. Contact Hannah… Read more.

Duwamish Alive! Restoration and Cleanup

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On April 16, 10am to 2pm, join Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition/TAG, EarthCorps Sound Stewards, and Puget Soundkeeper as we keep important habitat and public access space along the Duwamish River safe and beautiful! Volunteer work will be happening on land and on the water! And as a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to do… Read more.

Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of Duwamish Alive!

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On Saturday, April 18, hundreds of volunteers will roll up their sleeves and connect with each other as they keep sites up and down the Duwamish River watershed healthy and beautiful.  This year, Duwamish Alive! is celebrating its 10th Anniversary and taking the time to honor the 1000s of volunteers who have participated over the… Read more.

Duwamish Alive! T-107 habitat restoration

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Sign up here! DRCC/TAG volunteers will be restoring T-107, a fascinating site that won protection from construction in 1977 after the discovery of historical artifacts. The Duwamish Tribe and the community fought to preserve the area and today it now stands as a wildlife habitat and a lovely public access site that overlooks the only… Read more.

A people centered approach to the environment

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Sudha Nandagopal was one of hundreds who volunteered for our Duwamish Alive! restoration last week. In her thoughtful piece for the Seattle Globalist, she reminds us that people’s health and the environment are deeply connected and cannot be treated as separate issues. She writes: “This week I spent part of my Saturday with volunteers for… Read more.

Duwamish Alive! restoration a roaring success!

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Earth Day weekend might have been quiet for some, but not for the hundreds of people who pitched in their shovels and beautified the riverbanks of the Duwamish. Duwamish Alive! is a coalition of over 30 organizations that include community groups, non-profits, local businesses and Federal, State, local and Tribal governments. Twice a year we… Read more.