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Celebrate the Rain

“We are water people!” I told the crew with a burst of Pacific Northwest pride. It was the fifth downpour of the week. Seven of us were standing by the side of a road in Everett. We were soaking wet. At our feet, a steady stream of oily water was racing along the curb. The water… Keep reading

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Inviting the World into Our Home

When my husband David and I are not traveling, we host young internationals from EarthCorps, bringing the world into our home and mentoring the next generation of environmental leaders.  EarthCorps brings together young people from all over the planet to learn about environmental leadership, trail building, and restoration in Seattle, Washington. The young internationals range… Keep reading

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Proud to be a Steward

I began my time with EarthCorps by volunteering on the weekends at various parks around the Puget Sound. I would show up Saturday morning, work in the park for a few hours, and then go home. After a month or two, I found myself wanting more. I wanted to know which native plants worked best… Keep reading

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The Tale of a Transplant

I have a secret. I’m a transplant. Not native to the Puget Sound area. Instead, I spent my seedling years in Los Angeles, California. So when I moved here in 2013, it felt pretty lonely. Even though Seattle’s an awesome place. (For example – football. We have a formidable team and they have won the… Keep reading

MLK Day Volunteer Event

Join thousands of volunteers nationwide in making MLK Day “a day ON, not a day OFF!” Volunteer at Cheasty Greenspace with EarthCorps and the Green Seattle Partnership on Monday January 16. Hundreds of volunteers of all ages will be restoring this vital greenspace in Beacon Hill by removing aggressive weeds, planting trees and spreading mulch. EarthCorps… Keep reading

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EarthCorps’ New Website

Welcome to EarthCorps’ new website and blog! We hope that you like the new look! But more importantly, we hope that you find the new website easy to navigate and use. With a few clicks or taps, you can learn about our story, sign up to volunteer at a restoration event, apply to be a… Keep reading