The Duwamish Valley Healthy Communities Project aims to identify, prioritize and take action to address a variety of threats to the health of local residents, workers and visitors
The Duwamish Valley Youth Corps seeks to support and train new generation of community leaders through the support of environmental and health improvement projects.
The Duwamish Vision is an ongoing, comprehensive, community-based future visioning project, which engaged people who live, work or visit the Duwamish Valley through workshops, mapping and interviews.
The Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition/TAG (DRCC/TAG) and guests guide a two-hour tour of West Seattle and Beacon Hill. Learn about green and grey infrastructure, sustainable practices, polluted runoff, and how your actions at home impact Seattleâ€™s only river â€“ the Duwamish – and its communities!
DRCC/TAG and guests guide a two hour tour of the Duwamish River Superfund Site. Learn about the natural and human history of the Duwamish Valley, environmental health and (in)justice, and the future of Seattleâ€™s very own Superfund cleanup site on this guided tour aboard the Admiral Pete power boat.
For the ninth year in a row we will be celebrating the diverse communities that live along the Duwamish River â€“ bring the whole family on August 23rd and enjoy the fun!
The Smarter Cleanup Project is a burgeoning partnership that seeks to promote transparency, engagement, and accountability for toxic cleanups in the U.S. and, someday, around the world.
DRCC/TAG is a founding member of the Duwamish Alive! Coalition, which coordinates twice-yearly multi-site habitat restoration work parties within the Duwamish watershed.
Click above for information on Duwamish River cleanup job opportunities, as well as training and placement assistance for local residents.
What is WDP? Food, music, dance, and fun. That’s it. Read about the 1st World Dance Party in the Duwamish Valley!
view previous programs hosted by the DRCC here