November Events


Join me for a visual journey down the

Green River Gorge Mountains to Valley Greenway

November 12th

 Presentation 4 to 5 pm

At the new Tukwila Library

14380 Tukwila International Boulevard
Tukwila WA 98168

The Green River Gorge is upstream on the Green-Duwamish river. This 12 mile long gorge is the last lowland wilderness left on the river. Steep sandstone cliffs tower 150-300 feet above the river.  Springs emerge from the rim of the gorge and cascade into the water below. Otters, mink, bobcat, eagles, osprey, bear, and cougar find solitude along the secluded corridor.  Its rugged remoteness has allowed this special place to survive as the area around it is developed.

Experience the Green-Duwamish like never before.  Local conservationist and adventurer, Lisa Parsons, hiked, bushwacked, swam, and kayaked the entire 12 mile long Green River Gorge last summer to document this incredible riverscape. Now she brings her images and stories to communities along the entire Green-Duwamish.

Learn how you can help protect the Green-Duwamish River in your own community.  Here from local Green River advocate Dennis Robertson.


Need a Little Nature Therapy

to Keep Your Spirits Up as we enter the 9 months of winter?

Cedar Creek Park Trail Work Event

November 18th from 9 am to 12 noon. 

Our local King County Park Ambassador, Clare Nance, at Cedar Creek Park is organizing a volunteer trail work event to clean up the trails for winter walks.  The focus of the day will be to meet your fellow park advocates, remove fallen leaves and improve any drainage issues.

To RSVP to Clare Nance.

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