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Volunteer with Dirt Corps!

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  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 3 people are interested

Are you passionate about nature and want to make a difference in your local community? We're looking for volunteers (groups and individuals alike!) to join our upcoming restoration events in Seattle! Our events focus on restoring and maintaining the beautiful parks and green spaces throughout the city, providing essential support to our local ecosystem. In addition to an introduction on restoration and a history of the site we are working at - activities may include removing invasive species, planting native plants, spreading mulch, and general clean-up tasks. No prior experience is necessary - we welcome volunteers of all skill levels and backgrounds! By joining our restoration events, you'll have the opportunity to:

  • Connect with nature and learn about local ecology
  • Make new friends and engage with your community
  • Develop new skills in environmental stewardship
  • Contribute to the health and beauty of Seattle's parks and green spaces

    Feel free to check out and register for our upcoming events here: https://linktr.ee/thedirtcorps or reach out to elena@thedirtcorps for more information!

    We are looking for both groups and individuals! Events are typically on Saturdays from 10am-1pm. We also can accomodate private events for groups of 10 and over.

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About DIRT Corps


404 S Brandon St., Seattle, WA 98108, US

Mission Statement

Dirt Corps’ mission is to create access to green careers for all people, working towards a healthy environment, engaged communities, and a sustainable economy throughout the Puget Sound region.


The Duwamish Infrastructure Restoration Training Corps (DIRT Corps) was established in South Seattle in 2015 as a community partnership program to provide on-the-job training for adult workers, specifically encouraging women, people of color, LGBT, and veterans to enroll. The program provides hands-on training with a focus on rain garden and cistern design/build, operations and maintenance, vegetation management, and ecological restoration. We also provide turnkey services in Urban Forestry, Green Infrastructure, and Ecological Restoration.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Advocacy & Human Rights, Community, Environment


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  • People 55+
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  • 3 hours

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