Join Us for Campfire Chat
Join Campfire Chat – a free virtual conversation. Each quarter, EarthCorps will welcome members of our community to discuss the people, projects, and partnerships that help us realize our vision of an equitable world where all people and nature thrive together.
Do you have an idea for a Campfire Chat or would you like to join as a panelist? Please reach out to EarthCorps’ Development Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
REWATCH PAST CAMPFIRE CHATS
Mill Creek Canyon
In this series, EarthCorps’ Field Operations Manager Whitney and EarthCorps’ Project Manager Mahleah welcomed folks who have supported the ongoing Mill Creek Canyon Project.
Whitney shares: “The Canyon is a fantastic place with rich ecology. When you get far enough into the Canyon, you could close your eyes and not know that you are in the middle of a very dense urban landscape. There are many big plans for the Mill Creek Canyon that go beyond trail work, but our piece, for now, focuses on trail construction and design.”
EarthCorps' Community Partners and Environmental Justice
- Abdi Haro from Bridging Cultural Gaps
- Gabbi Gonzales from City of Burien
- Joe Camacho from Foster High School
These leaders highlight their collective and shared goals towards environmental and social justice and discuss breaking down barriers to providing unique experiential opportunities for youth and communities throughout the region.
Meet the International Corps
In partnership with Washington Conservation Corps, Washington Department of Natural Resources, and the Samish Indian Nation, EarthCorps has removed over 900,000 pounds* of toxic, creosote-coated logs from local beaches and waterways. On September 15, 2022, EarthCorps Executive Director Evlyn Andrade welcomed our partners to discuss the impacts of the project and celebrate major milestones.
*Statistic at the time of recording.