Green Kirkland volunteer stewardship events led by volunteer Stewards and Staff are happening at a park near you during 2022!
Opportunities to volunteer will be posted on our calendar as they become available.
Thank you for contributing to the Green Kirkland Partnership in 2021!
A tremendous 1,000+ volunteers contributed over 6,600 hours of service in our forests and natural area parkland in 2021! Volunteers alongside many dedicated partners and City staff planted over 7,400 native plants and enrolled over 40 new acres into restoration! We’re grateful for the dedication to the partnership from the community and invite you to read more on our Green Kirkland 2021 Accomplishments Flyer(PDF, 4MB).
Your Forests Need YOU: Become a Green Kirkland Steward!
New Steward Orientation - Three part hybrid training offered in March 2022.
Online March 22nd from 6:00 - 7:30pm and March 24th from 6:00 - 7:30pm and in-person on March 26th from 10:00am - 12:00pm.
To register visit the New Steward Orientation page.
Share your love of natural spaces and your park with the world by becoming a Green Kirkland Steward.
Stewards are dedicated volunteers who share their joy by leading volunteers in restoration projects in their local parks. Stewards bring a diversity of interests, skill, and time to our parks - we encourage all that are interested to attend orientation.
Stewards receive training, resources such as plants and tools, and access to restoration professionals to help you succeed.
City of Kirkland Local Land Acknowledgement
We acknowledge that the Southern Salish Sea region lies on the unceded and ancestral land of the Coast Salish peoples, the Duwamish, Muckleshoot, Puyallup, Skykomish, Snoqualmie, Snohomish, Suquamish and Tulalip tribes and other tribes of the Puget Sound Salish people, and that present-day City of Kirkland is in the traditional heartland of the Lake People and the River People. We honor with gratitude the land itself, the First People – who have reserved treaty rights and continue to live here since time immemorial – and their ancestral heritage.
We encourage you to visit the Land Acknowledgement page for more information.
This program is made possible with support from the King Conservation District and PCC Community Markets - Kirkland.