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Green Kirkland Partnership

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The Green Kirkland Partnership works to engage the local community in the restoration and care of natural areas in City parks.

How did Himalayan blackberry get here?

himalayan blackberryWe get asked the question "how did invasive blackberries get to Kirkland" all the time at volunteer events. Check out this great radio segment that KUOW did to answer that exact question. Listen to or read the article and then join us at an upcoming volunteer event to get up close and personal with some Himalayan blackberry (if the berries are ripe, we encourage you to eat them).


Make native plants the stars of your garden

Oregon IrisNative plants are well adapted to our region and its climate. Many of our native forest plants can thrive in your garden when planted in the correct locations. The Seattle Times has an article that highlights native plants that grow well in gardens and are also showy. Take a stroll around your local nursery and find some native plants to add some local thrill to your yard. 

 

Green Kirkland Partnership on TV! 

Jodie interview pictureGreen Kirkland Partnership was recently featured on Currently Kirkland. Watch this great segment to learn about the restoration work that Green Kirkland does, what it takes to be a Green Kirkland Steward, and what motivates Steward, Jodie Galvan, to volunteer with our program. 


Be a Prepared Volunteer 

Be PreparedThe Green Seattle Partnership, our sister program, has created a short video to help prepare community members before they volunteer at an event. If you are wondering what to expect at a Green Kirkland Partnership volunteer event (listed to the right) we suggest you watch the below video:
To view the video on YouTube click on photo or follow this link

Contact Us: Do you have questions about the Green Kirkland Partnership or how you can get involved? 
Email us: greenkirkland@kirklandwa.gov
Call us: 425-587-3306 


This program is made possible with support from the USDA Forest Service, Urban and Community Forestry Program, and the King Conservation District.
King Conservation District Logo         United States Forest Service Logo     Urban and community forestry logo-small

The Melody S. Robidoux Foundation Fund held at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona funds restoration efforts at Juanita Bay Park 

Parks Department Hours:
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday - Friday
505 market st. Kirkland WA 98033

General Inquiries
T. 425.587.3300 | F. 425.587.3303