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Check out all the ways to get involved, from pulling weeds to educational presentations! Volunteers must sign up 48 hours in advance to receive event directions. Some events have limited space.

7-22
Tuesday
2:00pm-5:00pm

Education Event Workshop: Native Plant Walk at Discovery Park


Location: Discovery Park map >

Event Description: Come out to Discovery Park to learn about native plants and their uses!
July 24th
Thursday
5:00pm-9:00pm

Drink Local with Flycaster Brewing

Kirkland ~ Everyone Welcome

Directions and More Details >


Location: Flycaster Brewing map >
                 12815 NE 124th St, Suite I Kirkland, WA 98034

Event Description: Come Drink Local with The Friends and the brand-new Flycaster Brewing!  Please join us to support local water by drinking a local beer! We're working with local breweries that use the Cedar River/Lake Washington/Lake Sammamish watershed to brew their amazing craft beers. Bring your friends and have a beer for local water! Learn more about Flycaster Brewing >
July 26
Saturday
11:00am-3:00pm

Red Dot Cedar River Salmon Journey Program Day:
      Free Fun Family-Friendly Salmon Viewing!

Hiram Chittenden (Ballard) Locks

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July 26
Saturday
10:00am-2:00pm

Volunteer Habitat Restoration Work Party Weeding and Salmon Viewing

Seattle ~ Sign Up Now!

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Location: Commodore Park map >
                 3330 W Commodore Way

Event Description: Bring your family and friends out to Commodore Park this summer to restore this ship canal shoreline park with Friends of the Cedar River Watershed through the Green Seattle Partnership! Commodore Park is situated in the Magnolia neighborhood, just south of the Hiram M. Chittenden (Ballard) Locks, with a great view of the Locks and ship canal leading into Puget Sound. Volunteers will weed invasive plants from the park in preparation for the planting of a diversity of native plants in the fall. During and after the event, volunteers will have the opportunity to visit the Locks to see salmon passing through the fish ladder on their way from the ocean to Lake Washington! Salmon Journey naturalist will be onsite at the Locks and fish ladder to talk to volunteers about the fish passing through the ladder and about the amazing journey of salmon. Come to to improve habitat and see salmon!
August 7
Thursday
4:00pm-9:00pm

Drink Local with Hi-Fi Brewing

Redmond ~ Everyone Welcome

Directions and More Details >


Location: Hi-FI Brewing map >
                 14950 NE 95th St, Redmond, WA 98052

Hi-Fi BrewingEvent Description: Please join us to support local water by drinking a local beer! - we're working with local businesses that use the Cedar River/Lake Washington/Lake Sammamish watershed to create their products. Bring your friends and have a beer for local water! $1 per pint will be donated to The Friends.
August 28th
Thursday
4:30pm-9:00pm

Drink Local with Populuxe Brewing

Seattle ~ Everyone Welcome

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September 9
Tuesday
7:00pm-9:00pm

Education Event Learn About Your Local Salmon

Renton ~ Sign Up Now!

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Location: Renton City Hall
1055 S Grady Way, Renton, WA 98057

 

 

If you have any issues signing up for events, contact getinvolved@cedarriver.org. Thank you for volunteering to make our watershed better!

 

 

Volunteer Habitat Restoration Work Party
One day volunteer event planting, weeding, mulching and/or watering at natural sites in the Cedar River Watershed.

Outreach Event
Celebrate with us while supporting your watershed at these fun low-key events.
Cedar River Salmon Journey Program Day
Free, fun, family-friendly guided tours and salmon viewing at the Chittenden (Ballard) Locks and along the Cedar River. This program only runs when salmon are migrating through the Locks or spawning in the river.

Yellow Dot

Educational Event

Learn something new at a workshop.

 

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