Fall Duwamish Alive! Help Restore Salmon Habitat for Salmon & Orcas
What is the connection between the Duwamish River and our local Orca? Our Duwamish River is home to 5 species of salmon including the vital Chinook which is a critical food source for our Puget Sound Orca. Orca depend on dwindling Chinook runs for the majority of their diet; Chinook depend on healthy salmon habitat in the Duwamish to thrive.
Volunteer with Duwamish Alive! joining your community members throughout Seattle and Tukwila to improve the health of our green spaces, creeks and especially our Duwamish River which provide salmon critical habitat. Volunteers are needed at many local sites which provide critical habitat for our community and our river. Family Friendly, FREE
For registration information: DuwamishAlive.org
Duwamish Alive!, celebrates the connection of our urban parks and open spaces to our river, wildlife and community. Starting at 10:00 am volunteers of all ages, at multiple Duwamish sites throughout the watershed from river to forest, will participate in a day of major cleanup and habitat restoration in the ongoing effort to keep our river alive and healthy for our communities, salmon and orca.