When:
April 20, 2019 @ 9:30 am – 2:00 pm
2019-04-20T09:30:00-07:00
2019-04-20T14:00:00-07:00
Where:
Terminal 107 Park
Terminal 107 Park
4500 Duwamish Trail, Seattle, WA 98106
USA
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Duwamish Alive Fair and Orca Earth Day @ Terminal 107 Park | Seattle | Washington | United States

Celebrate Earth Day at this historic and environmentally significant site on the Duwamish river. Learn about  the connection between orcas, salmon and the river at this fair organized by the Duwamish River Coalition.

Come for the cleanup, stay for the fair! Stop by Terminal 107 for the opening program or stay all day for family friendly activities and fun! When you’re done visiting the fair, cross the street to the Duwamish Longhouse to learn of the Duwamish Tribe’s history and culture.

Note: The Whale Trail won’t be able to participate this year. We’ll be there in spirit!

Opening Ceremony Schedule at T107

James Rassmusen, Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition as MC
9:30-9:35 am— Duwamish Tribal Welcome Cecile Hansen,
9:36-9:40 am—Chris Wilke from Puget Sounkeeper Alliance
9:41-9:45 am—Port Representative Fred Felleman
9:50-10:00 am—Paulina Lopez, DRCC

If you want to help…
From the Duwamish Alive! organizers:

Duwamish Alive! is a watershed wide effort in improving the health of our salmon by restoring their habitat which provides food, shelter and cool, clean water that salmon need.  Starting at 10:00 am volunteers will be restoring native habitat on Saturday, April 20th in multiple urban parks and open spaces from Seattle to Auburn in the ongoing effort to keep our river alive and healthy for our communities, salmon and the Puget Sound.

Duwamish Alive! is a collaborative stewardship effort of conservation groups, businesses, and government entities, recognizing that our collective efforts are needed to make lasting, positive improvements in the health and vitality of the Green-Duwamish Watershed. Twice a year these events organize hundreds of volunteers to work at multiple sites in the river’s watershed, connecting the efforts of communities from Auburn to Seattle.