Green Kirkland Partnership

Roughly 100 GKP volunteers on Earth Day.

The Green Kirkland Partnership engages the local community in the restoration and care of natural areas in City parks.

Volunteer Calendar and Registration

Welcome Volunteers!

Green Kirkland volunteer stewardship events are happening at a park near you in 2024!

Opportunities to volunteer are posted on our event calendar as they become available.

Visit our About Volunteering page for general details about what to expect at a stewardship event.

In 2024, we are retiring our email address:

Contact Green Kirkland Program Coordinator - Jeremy Jones with any program questions or inquires.

Summer Watering Volunteers

The Green Kirkland Partnership needs your help this summer with volunteer watering to nurture baby native plants in the natural forested areas of Kirkland’s parks.

Watering Volunteer spots are full and the interest form is closed for the Summer 2024 season!

Volunteers in this role commit to serving two hours, every two weeks from June through September on their own time and schedule.

Visit the Green Kirkland Summer Watering Role webpage for more details.

Join the Green Kirkland Steward team!

Did you know that a fun and dedicated team of 50+ super volunteers called Green Kirkland Stewards help engage our community in the restoration of over 500 acres of natural parkland in Kirkland?

Stewards bring a diversity of interests, skill, and time to our parks in this long-term, ongoing role. We encourage all that are interested to attend new Steward orientation. Orientation is free, open to the public, and is a blend of online and in-person sessions.

The next new Steward Orientation will be hosted in Fall 2024.

To learn more about the Steward role visit the Ongoing Volunteer Roles page under About Volunteering.

Sign-up for monthly Green Kirkland e-newsletter to stay informed on the timing of the next orientation.

2023 Accomplishments

Thanks to our volunteers, parks staff, and partners for a ‘tree-mendous’ 2023! A few highlights from the year include:

  • Over 1,800 volunteers contributed 7,897 service hours across 24 parks.
  • 56 Green Kirkland Stewards hosted over 200 stewardship events.
  • 9,700 new native plants were installed.
  • 10 new acres of natural area parkland were enrolled in restoration for a total of 325 acres enrolled in restoration in Kirkland parks.

Green Kirkland 2023 Accomplishments Flyer(PDF, 6MB)


Visit the City of Kirkland Land Acknowledgement page.

This program is made possible with support from the King County Wastewater Treatment Division and King Conservation District.


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