This opportunity is currently on hold since all City Parks are closed. HOWEVER, we do offer another opportunity at the New Start Community Garden which is not a City Park. Community Gardens are deemed "essential services" so they may remain open. Of course, we require social distancing of at least 6 feet, and this is doable, since there are many projects throughout the 1.6 acre garden. Who are we? Weed Warriors work with cities and communities to reduce the negative impact of invasive, noxious weeds in public places, like parks, trails, and open spaces. We've adopted Mathison Park in Burien. We also work in Arbor Lake Park, Burien. We produce projects, workshops, events, and advocate for communities. The restoration project offers education about invasive weeds, methods for control or eradication, and provides opportunities where volunteers participate in "hands-on" restoration projects, improving the environmental health, and aesthetic and recreational qualities of our public places. We'd love to have you volunteer with us!
Our mission is to connect people to nature and inspire everyone protect the native habitat for both people and wildlife. Weed Warrior, Nature Stewardship projects restore a healthy balance to the environment by removing invasive weeds and planting native species plants. We work in public parks, open spaces, and community gardens. We offer workshops on various environmental topics from Climate Change to Sustainable Gardening, and offer craft components with our programs for kids.
Weed Warriors work with cities and communities to connect people to nature, and host habitat restoration events that reduce the negative impact of invasive, noxious weeds in public places, like parks, trails, and open spaces. We produce projects, workshops, events, and advocate for communities. The Nature Stewards program offers education about invasive weeds, native plants, sustainable gardening, wildlife habitats, and climate change mitigation.
We'll work with your schedule.
533 S 146th StBurien, WA98166
November 15, 2020
Grant Writing / Research
Boots on the ground projects are usually 3 to 4 hours long.
Wear sturdy shoes. Dress for the weather. Gloves and tool provided.