Nature Consortium Looking for Volunteers; Help Restoration While Musicians Play

Help keep West Seattle green this fall with Nature Consortium!

Nature Consortium is looking for some key volunteers to help out with restoration events. This is a great opportunity, no meetings in advance, just “day of” volunteering and music. Local bands come out and play in the Green Belt while volunteers are working.

If you are interested in volunteering as event support or connecting people, arts and nature send an email to Oleana Perry at oleana@naturec.org and you will be added to the volunteer list.

Here are Nature Consortium’s upcoming events, all will have bands after lunch, email Oleana to sign up for any or all.

  • Day of Caring
    • September 21st
    • Shifts 9-2:15ish
    • 8 volunteers needed more in the morning than after lunch

Volunteer team runs registration, helps with organizing tools, takes photos of work parties and supports over all clean-up of event (pop up tents, tables and so on). If you have a digital camera or phone with a camera Nature Consortium would love help taking pictures of our volunteers. After lunch bands will be playing in the Greenbelt while people finish up, this event is a partnership with United Way of King County.

  • Duwamish Alive
    • Planting Season Kick off
    • October 20th 9-3ish
    • 10 volunteers needed

More information to come, volunteers will be running registration, taking photos, tabling for Nature Consortium and over all support for the event. Duwamish Alive is a partnership with Earth Corps so lots of new faces.

  • Green Seattle Day
    • November 3rd
    • 8 volunteers needed

Stay tuned more information to come.

Something magical happens when you take a group of strangers and put them in the woods for the day. People start opening up, this is a wonderful way to meet new people and if you would like to jump in and do some restoration let Nature Consortium know and they will work something out for you.

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