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“The Duwamish River: Stories of this Place” Kayak Tour

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Cindy Updegrave and Roger Fernandes will join together to tell the unique geological history of the Duwamish River, including North Wind’s Weir. Cost is $45 per person plus a suggested donation of $5 for our ongoing community programs.  RSVP to Alki Kayak – 206-953-0237 or tours@kayakalki.com. Already have a kayak? Join us for free! We… Read more.

Native American History Kayak Tour

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Join Ken Workman as he shares the rich history of his people, the Duwamish Tribe.  DRCC/TAG will be along the paddle to talk about the Superfund site. Cost is $45 per person plus a suggested donation of $5 for our ongoing community programs.  RSVP to Alki Kayak – 206-953-0237 or tours@kayakalki.com. Already have a kayak?… Read more.

Local History Kayak Tour

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The neighborhoods of Georgetown and South Park have a history that extends way beyond even the straightening of the river.  Join the Friends of Georgetown History as they share some of this history during a paddle between these historic neighborhoods! Cost is $45 per person plus a suggested donation of $5 for our ongoing community… Read more.

All about the Superfund Kayak Tour

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What do you know about the Duwamish Superfund site? Interested in learning about what is happening now and what is coming next?  Join Project Manager Elly Hale of EPA/TAG and Hannah Kett of DRCC/TAG to learn all about it! Cost is $45 per person plus a suggested donation of $5 for our ongoing community programs. … Read more.

Birds, Fish, and Wildlife Kayak Tour

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Paddle with Seattle Parks and Seattle Aquarium as they highlight the birds, fish, and wildlife of the Duwamish River!  Experience a different side of this beautiful place. Cost is $45 per person plus a suggested donation of $5 for our ongoing community programs.  RSVP to Alki Kayak – 206-953-0237 or tours@kayakalki.com Already have a kayak?… Read more.

Your chance to explore the Duwamish River: Kayak tour series set

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The Duwamish River, along West Seattle’s eastern border (and beyond), is in the spotlight more than ever this year. Some cleanup is under way and plans for more are in the works. A high-profile awareness campaign by the Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition has even brought a high-profile supporter, Seattle-based hip-hop superstar Macklemore (who wrote about it here).

But you don’t have to be a star to help the river. You can do something as simple as taking a tour.

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Kayak Tour – Birds, Fish, and Wildlife

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Kayak Tours Kayak tours are the best way to see and experience the river from up close. Experience the river to learn about the Superfund site, river history and community activism. You’ll also be able to see amazing views of Mt. Rainier (weather permitting), habitat restoration sites, important archaeological sites, watchable wildlife (including summer nesting… Read more.