King County Parks Restoration

King County Parks Restoration Projects

Contribute to the region's lasting environmental legacy

Age group: All ages
Geographic area: King County

King County's parks and natural stream and wetland areas need your help. Your class can work to preserve these areas any time of the year. Plant native trees and shrubs in the fall, weed and mulch in the spring, or work at the King County Nursery throughout the year to pot up native plants. This is an important step in protecting our natural resources and showing a commitment to our community. View the online calendar for upcoming events in your neighborhood.

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