Orcas need salmon to survive and all of us can make a difference where we live in the Green-Duwamish watershed. Join your community and the rugby sports team, The Seattle Seawolves to get your hands dirty at Riverbend North in Tukwila. The event is June 4th and is a part of Orca Action Month, a regional effort to draw attention to endangered Southern Resident killer whales. Come learn about restoration of the Green-Duwamish river, home to five species of Pacific salmon, and all about orcas. Activities include presentations from community leaders and experts, hands-on habitat restoration, and booths from community organizations.
This event is open to all ages however advanced registration is suggested here!
Event hosts include Duwamish Alive Coalition, Green River Coalition, and Orca Conservancy with partners DIRT Corps, Nicoterra Trails, and the Tukwila Ramada.
This site and event are funded by: WRIA 9 and the King County Flood Control District, The Rose Foundation and Puget Soundkeeper, WDFW ALEA, King County Wastewater Treatment Division, and NOAA Fisheries West Coast Region