King County Native Plant Salvage Program

King County Native Plant Salvage Program

Save our native plants!
www.kingcounty.gov/environment/stewardship/volunteer/plant-salvage-program.aspx

Age group: All ages
Geographic area: King County

Dig in with Native Plant Salvage and remove plants from future construction sites. These native plants are crucial to maintaining our unique northwest ecosystem and need your protection. Help keep our native species alive and well by digging them out of harm's way and replanting them in salmon restoration project grounds. This project not only saves the plant species, but helps our salmon as well! Plant salvage is a great task for a group of students. The Native Plant Salvage program can accommodate school groups on weekdays. Just call and tell them you want to help save your native plants.

For more information, contact Cindy Young at 206-296-8065 or by email.

Facing the Future lesson links:

 

When you contact the organization, don't forget to tell them you learned about the project from Facing the Future.

Email us about your project and how you're making a difference!

 
For background reading on climate change and energy, see...
 
chapter 9 of our high school text, Exploring Global Issues
Climate Change: Connections and Solutions
Our Climate Change Unit for middle school and high school

units 2 and 3 of our supplemental high school text, It's All Connected

chapters 6 and 9 of our middle school text, Global Issues and Sustainable Solutions

week 1 of our Newspapers in Education articles
 

About Us

We equip and motivate students to develop critical thinking skills, build global awareness, and engage in positive solutions for a sustainable future through hands-on curricula and professional learning.

Facing the Future is an
independent program of WWU
.