We are excited to welcome our volunteers back and join us in restoring our public greenspaces! To help you safely do so, we implemented some new procedures and protocols. EarthCorps’ top priority remains keeping staff, corps members, and our extended community healthy and safe.
Please reach out to us if you have any other questions. EarthCorps will continue to track and follow the advice of local, State, and Federal Government Agencies, Seattle Public Schools, and more as the weeks progress.
Thank you for your service and continued support during this challenging time!
Looking for fun at home restoration activities for your children?
Check out our EarthCorps activity book created by Kayla (2016-2017 EarthCorps Alumna).
EarthCorps Activity Book
What better way to learn about forests, ecosystems, stormwater or the water cycle? EarthCorps can develop field trips that fit your school’s learning objectives and benefit a forest near your school. EarthCorps can customize service projects to meet your students’ and teachers’ learning objectives.
Students will take pride in their new knowledge and in the forest that they helped protect. We aim to build long-term partnerships that make a lasting impact on the forest and instill a commitment to service.
EarthCorps works with students in grades K-12. We can customize restoration tasks and educational activities to the appropriate grade level. In some schools, we work with one grade on three different service projects throughout the year. For other schools, we work with five grades on one big day of service. Each partnership can be tailored to your school’s needs. Please contact our Volunteer Team for more details.
Where we work:
EarthCorps works in parks in Seattle and other Puget Sound area cities. We hope to get students and schools involved in projects that have long-term plans for restoration and stewardship. The Volunteer Team can work with you to find a park that is convenient to your school.
Contact the Volunteer Team to get started!
Give us a call! Each school partnership is unique. It starts with a conversation. Sometimes we are able to organize a school event with just one month’s notice, other times it takes many months to set up the right event for your students.
Looking for an Earth Day event?
At EarthCorps, every day is Earth Day! April is our busiest month of the year. Please consider celebrating Earth Day in March or May. We recommend contacting the Volunteer Team by November to set up a spring volunteer event for your school.