Scroll down for a complete listing of all the Center for Service-Learning sponsored projects.

** CONTINUING OPPORTUNITY ** ** ON CAMPUS OPPORTUNITY**

Campus Community Farm Work Parties
Monday 12-2
Tuesday 10 - 12
Wednesday 1-3
Thursday 10 - 12


Located on the EdCC campus next to MDL and CIT Building
Have you checked out EdCC's very own, very new Campus Community Farm?  Come help with planting, weeding, construction, and more on any Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays this winter quarter and learn about food issues, gardening skills, sustainability, nutrition, and a variety of other issues.  Volunteers will be able to take home harvested food on a fairly regular basis according to the Farmer Frog Model distribution system.  All skill levels welcome; gloves and tools will be provided; dress to work in the dirt and bring your reusable water bottle. Follow updates from the farm on Facebook by liking the page HERE!  No advance sign-up necessary – just show up and sign in!

For students under the age of 18, (except international students) a parental permission form is required prior to participation. The can be turned into the farm coordinator. The form can be downloaded here: Informed Risk Form-Parental Permission for Campus Community Farm

If you have any questions, contact Megan McDermott to find out more info at megan.mcdermott@email.edcc.edu



** CONTINUING OPPORTUNITY ** ** ON CAMPUS OPPORTUNITY**

   Trashy Tuesdays Campus Clean-Up                              
   
    Where: Brier 244 or Brier 233 (an email will be sent with the location prior to the event)


Did you know that 80% of trash in the world’s oceans comes from litter on land? Most commonly it is washed from sidewalks and paved areas into storm drains and then directly into our streams, rivers, lakes and then oceans. We are trying to make a dent in that figure by doing our part here on campus. Every Tuesday we get together and discuss how we can make a difference and WHY it’s so important that we do. We then spend at least one full hour picking up trash (with grabbers!) in varying zones of campus and finish each Trashy Tuesday by coming back together to share in snacks while we reflect on what we saw, experienced, learned, and the crazy strange things we picked up that day (there’s always at least one odd thing found!). Last quarter, in just 9 Trashy Tuesdays, we were able to gather nearly 90 pounds of trash! Come join us, bring a friend, bring a classmate, have some fun and make a difference on your campus and in your community!
Please click on the linkes below to choose the date you would like to participate.


May Dates

May 3rd, 10am - 12pm
May 10th, 2pm - 4pm
May 17th, 10am - 12pm 
May 24th, 2pm - 4pm
May 31st, 10am - 12pm


If you have any additional questions, Contact Juliene.wall@email.edcc.edu for more details or if you have questions.




** CONTINUING OPPORTUNITY ** ** ON CAMPUS OPPORTUNITY**

Help the Green Team Trash Talk! Sorting Waste & Educating Students

Monday-Thursday (various times)
Brier Cafeteria

Have you ever been confused with all of the different waste bins in the Brier cafeteria and want to learn how to better dispose of your food waste? Come help Green Team members sort through waste and teach others where their waste goes! Let's help make our waste more organized and be a part of a cleaner campus community! All are welcome to participate, and there's no worry about getting your hands dirty! Tools will be provided. Space is limited to 2 students per slot, for now! To sign up, click on the link to sign up and a Green Team member will contact you regarding training and available times.
If you have any questions, contact Megan McDermott to find out more info at megan.mcdermott@email.edcc.edu



** CONTINUING OPPORTUNITY ** ** ON CAMPUS OPPORTUNITY**
Native Gift Making with Tribal Elders

When: See below for times
Where: MLT 220

Join elders from the Snohomish Tribe and members of Natives United in Journey in making multiple different types of small gifts. We will be sanding small hand-carved paddles for necklaces as well as beading and finishing necklaces, wood-burning feathers and possibly more! Learn about the Canoe Journey they accomplish each year and the purpose and deep-meaning behind the gift giving process within the tribe. If we’re lucky Mike Evans (didalhalqid) will also provide songs and stories of the Snohomish Tribe. Snacks will be provided!

If you have any additional questions, Contact Juliene.wall@email.edcc.edu for more details or if you have questions.

Please click on the links below to choose the date you would like to participate.



Water Quality Testing
Where: Big Gulch and Japanese Gulch, Mukilteo
When: See below for days
10am - 2pm
Please click on the links below to choose the date you would like to participate.

Japanese Gulch                                      Big Gulch
                                       
Friday, May 13th                                                  Sunday, May 15th (FULL)
Friday, June 10th                                                 Saturday, June 11th

The water quality monitoring project will collect data on the water quality of the Japanese Gulch stream in Mukilteo, WA. Volunteers will monitor for E. coli and test pH, alkalinity, hardness and turbidity. We will also do some plant and animal track identification. The data we collect may be included in the Salmon Monitoring report and presented to Snohomish County Airport, City of Mukilteo, and other organizations to help aid in the restoration of the stream. Please sign up and don't forget to bring a sack lunch.

Want to learn more about the Mukilteo Gulches? Use the links below to explore the Japanese and Big Gulches.

Our librarian, Haley Benjamins, has created a library resource guide for our service-learning projects at Japanese and Big Gulch. You can access it at the following link.http://edcc.libguides.com/mukilteogulches. This will help you have access to the resources you need to prepare for the projects better and to write more effective reflections and other course assignments related to your service-learning projects. Students signing up for the projects in Japanese and Big Gulch are invited to read last year's report prior to coming to the field. Click the link below for the link to the report.

Fish and wildlife report for Japanese and Big Gulch

If you have any questions please email kacie.mccarty@email.edcc.edu.




Ballinger Park Restoration with City of Mountlake Terrace
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Saturday, April 30th
9:30 am-2:30pm
We will be working with Mountlake Terrace to help restore Ballinger Park, primarily through the removal of invasive species. Students will get the opportunity to work with consultants employed by their local community. We will be completing this work outside rain or shine, so please be sure to check the weather forecast and bring proper outerwear/shoes! Transportation will be provided to and from campus.

If you have any questions or comments please email acacia.johnson@email.edcc.edu



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North Helpline Food Bank
Wednesday, May 4th
8:45am - 2 pm


Come join our group of volunteers as we work with North Helpline Food bank. Volunteers will be helping distribute food and assisting clients. This is a great opportunity to give back to the community! 
Be ready for some manual labor and please bring closed toe shoes. Transportation will be provided to and from Campus. 

The food bank requires that each volunteer submits information for a background check. This form takes about 2 minutes to fill out and a link is provided below.

Background Check Form (Follow the VOLUNTEER APPLICATION)


If you have any questions or comments please email Sam.lebrun@email.edcc.edu.




Tunnel of Intersections Docents
When: May 4th - 5th - multiple volunteer shifts (mandatory docent training on May 3rd)
Where: EdCC Woodway Hall, room 202

On May 4th – 5th, Woodway 202 will be transformed into an interactive experience that will examine an array of intersections our community encounters on a daily basis. In the EdCC Tunnel of Intersections, participants walk through and interact with several different "rooms" designed to express the oppression of marginalized groups that too often are invisible members of our community.  Each of the vignettes in the Tunnel of Intersections is the exclusive creative brain child of our EdCC student and campus groups. We need your help! Docents play a critical role in the Tunnels of Intersection. The term “docent” is from the Latin word docere meaning to teach. The role of the “Tunnel” docent is an essential one. Acting as a bridge between visitors and the exhibition, the docent is the catalyst for learning in the exhibit. It is the docent who guides visitors on their journeys of discovery, helping them blend what they already know with what they learn on the tour. A docent is a volunteer that will lead groups through the tunnel experience, talk about each room, and are responsible for media, audio, and/or giving directions for activities. They are also responsible for time keeping.  Docent volunteers must attend a Docent training/dress rehearsal on Tuesday, May 3 from 2:00-4:00 (EdCC Woodway 202). We are looking for at least 3 Docents per shift. All docents volunteers must sign up for the May 3rd training. After registering for the training, please pick a shift or multiple shifts to be a docent on May 4th or 5th.  Click on the links below to sign up!


If you have any questions, email Saundra at asedcc_diversity@email.edcc.edu



EdCC 31st Annual Powwow Volunteering Sign Up
When: Friday, May 6th - Sunday, May 8th (Friday is a setup day)
Where: EdCC Seaview Gym

Edmonds Community College is proud to host this year's 31st Annual Powwow on May 7-8, 2016. The powwow brings together students, families, and communities to celebrate American Indian singing, drumming, dancing, and arts and crafts. This event is not possible without the generous support of student volunteers. Get involved and volunteer at one or all of the sessions of the Powwow! Volunteers are needed from Friday - Sunday.
Volunteers roles include:
  • Setup Sorting and managing waste, compost, and recycling
  • staffing water stations
  • Vendor assistance
  • Host information/raffle booth
  • Janitorial duties
  • feed prep
  • Plant Identification Booth
  • Breakdown
  • Other duties as needed
  • and most importantly, volunteers get to celebrate American Indian tribes' traditions, styles of dance, songs, families, and friendships.
Get involved and volunteer at one or all of the sessions of the Powwow! Volunteers are needed from Friday - Sunday. We will have multiple shifts available for volunteering throughout the weekend. Please click on the links below for the shift(s) you would like to volunteer for.
                                                  
Friday, May 6th - 12pm - 4:30pm (setup only)
Friday, May 6th - 4pm - 8pm (setup only)
Saturday, May 7th - 9am - 1pm
Saturday, May 7th - 12:30pm - 4:30pm
Saturday, May 7th - 4pm - 8pm
Saturday, May 7th - 7:30pm - 10:30pm
Sunday, May 8th - 11am - 3pm
Sunday, May 8th - 2:30pm - 6:30pm
Sunday, May 8th - 6pm - 10:30pm




Perrinville Rain Garden Plant Installation

When: May 7, 3:00 - 6:30 pm
Where: Perrinville Creek Watershed (Transportation will be provided to and from EdCC to the service location. An email will be sent to you on when and where to meet on campus)

Assist Snohomish Conservation District, WSU Extension, and the City of Edmonds for a fun afternoon working outside. We help plant six rain gardens in a neighborhood of the Perrinville Creek Watershed. A rain garden is specifically designed to capture and slow down runoff, helping to prevent erosion and the infiltration of harmful chemicals into our streams, rivers, wetlands, and in extension the Puget Sound. Tools, gloves, and refreshments will be provided.

If you have questions, contact grace.coale@email.edcc.edu.




Farmer Frog Paradise Farm Work Party - Woodinville
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Saturday, May 7th
12:30-5:30pm

Join us at Farmer Frog's headquarter property, Paradise Farm in the Paradise Valley conservation area. We will work to help to restore the farm to increase it's potential productivity. In addition, volunteers will also have a unique opportunity to learn about sustainable food growing and distribution, season extension, winter gardening, etc. Wear appropriate clothing and shoes that you don't mind getting a little dirty. Transportation will be provided to and from campus. 

If you have any questions, email acacia.johnson@email.edcc.edu





Edmonds Watershed Fun Fair
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When: Saturday, May 7th, 10am - 3pm
Where: Willow Creek Hatchery, Address 95 Pine Street , 98020 , Edmonds , Washington  - Transportation will be provided. (Vans are located at the north end of Meadowdale Hall. We will meet there at 10 am on May 7th.)

Join the City of Edmonds as a volunteer for the Edmonds Watershed Fun Fair. During this event, they will have tours of the native plant garden and fish hatchery, games and nature crafts for kids, fish feeding, exhibits and demonstrations on recycling, stormwater, backyard wildlife habitat, Edmonds Marsh restoration, face painting . . . and more!
They need your help! Volunteers will:       
  • Assist Snohomish Conservation District with implementing a survey about rain gardens.
  • Staff the welcome table (ideal for 2 people to team up) - record the number of visitors as they enter, hand out Passports and explain the rules;
  • Help with the arts and crafts at kid’s table;
  • Help exhibitors with load in or load out.

If you have any additional questions, Contact stewart.sinning@email.edcc.edu for more details.

Click the sign up image to register!



Kayak Cleanup @ Lake Union - Seattle

Wednesday, May 11th

9am-1pm

Come join us on the beautiful Lake Union while we paddle around in Kayak's! Kayak Cleanup day will give students the opportunity to learn about their local environment and make a difference in restoring a healthy ecosystem. Students will have the option to paddle in Kayaks or walk along the shore cleaning while cleaning up trash. Transportation will be provided to and from Campus. 

 If you have any questions or comments please email Sam.lebrun@email.edcc.edu.




Perrinville Watershed Rain Garden Survey

When: May 12, 4:30 - 8:30 pm
Where: Willow Creek Hatchery, Address 95 Pine Street , 98020 , Edmonds , Washington  - Transportation will be provided. (Vans are located at the north end of Meadowdale Hall. We will meet there at 4:30pm on May 12th.)

Help Snohomish Conservation District and the City of Edmonds gain a better understanding of what motivates homeowners to install rain gardens. Rain gardens help to reduce the runoff that enters and pollutes our waterways by slowing down the flow and infiltrating on site. Students will learn some basic social science survey techniques and then conduct a door to door survey of homeowners in the Perrinville Creek watershed in neighborhoods around our campus. We will begin the project with an hour of training at the campus’s Cultural Kitchen before going out into neighborhoods for a door to door survey.

If you have questions, contact grace.coale@email.edcc.edu.





Duwamish River Boat Patrol- Seattle

Friday, May 13th

9:30am-2:00 pm

The Soundkeeper boat is out on the water each week at various locations around Elliott Bay. While on patrol, we will keep an eye out for abnormal discharges from stormwater pipes and combined sewer overflows. We will also check for the application of best management practices by shoreline businesses (i.e. shipyards must use protective tarps when painting or sanding). Along the way, volunteers will learn about the history of Seattle’s industrial development and view our waterways from a unique perspective. Transportation will  be provided from campus. 

Email acacia.johnson@email.edcc.edu with any questions.



 4th annual Edmonds Health and Fitness Expo
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 When: Saturday, May 14th, 5:45am - 1:15pm
 Where: Edmonds School District Stadium (7600 212th St SW Edmonds, WA         98026) We will provide transportation from EdCC (meet in front of Brier  building)


Our local community is coming together to promote health and fitness at the 4th Annual Edmonds Health & Fitness Expo. This free expo is open to the public and will include over 45 interactive health and wellness booths, healthy recipes, healthy snack samples and plenty of opportunities to be active in the obstacle course, Kids Fun Run, the expanded bike rodeo, the Active Zone, and sports clinics. New additions to this year’s event include the Girls on the Run 5K, Edmonds Boys and Girls Club Track Clinic, Football Clinic, 4 Square games and Basketball Pop a Shots.

Our volunteer opportunities will include set up and tear down, helping vendors unload and load, registration for our youth runs and stamp hands, course monitor for our youth runs and obstacle course monitor. Please note, The School District has a Track Meet on Friday May 13 at the Edmonds Stadium and we won’t be able to do any prep work the day ahead for Saturdays Expo. So, we will need to start setting up at 6am on Saturday. Volunteers will need to be at the front of the Brier Building at Edmonds Community College at 5:45am

  • Students undertaking this opportunity will come away with a sense of responsibility to improve community conditions, build healthier communities, and address social problems.
  • Students will demonstrate the capacity and commitment to participate constructively with diverse others and to work collectively to address common societal problems.
  • Students and Edmonds Community College will develop partnerships which reflect the campus’ commitments to community building and civic vitality.
  • Students will improve the condition of the communities surrounding our campuses.

If you have any additional questions, Contact stewart.sinning@email.edcc.edu for more details or if you have questions.

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Perrinville Watershed Rain Garden Survey
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When: May 19, 4:30 - 8:30 pm
Where: Willow Creek Hatchery, Address 95 Pine Street , 98020 , Edmonds , Washington  - Transportation will be provided. (Vans are located at the north end of Meadowdale Hall. We will meet there at 4:30pm on May 19th.)

Help Snohomish Conservation District and the City of Edmonds gain a better understanding of what motivates homeowners to install rain gardens. Rain gardens help to reduce the runoff that enters and pollutes our waterways by slowing down the flow and infiltrating on site. Students will learn some basic social science survey techniques and then conduct a door to door survey of homeowners in the Perrinville Creek watershed in neighborhoods around our campus. We will begin the project with an hour of training at the campus’s Cultural Kitchen before going out into neighborhoods for a door to door survey.

If you have questions, contact grace.coale@email.edcc.edu.




PAWS Work Party
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Thursday, May 19th
8:30 am-1:30 pm 


We will be visiting the PAWS Wildlife Center in Lynnwood to help with various landscaping tasks such as weeding, grubbing invasive blackberries, and spreading mulch on dog walking or wildlife interpretive trails. Students will get the opportunity to work with a well known nonprofit organization in their local community that focuses on wildlife rehabilitation, animal adoption, and pet health care. We will be working outside rain or shine, so please be sure to bring a raincoat and proper shoes!  Transportation will be provided to and from Campus.
 
If you have any questions or comments please email Sam.lebrun@email.edcc.edu.




Macro-invertebrate Monitoring
Thursday, May 19th
12:30 pm - 4:30 pm

For this event we will be looking at the tiny bugs in Mukilteo's Big Gulch stream! Some of these bugs (called macroinvertebrates) are more sensitive to pollution than others.Therefore this survey will allow us to determine the pollution level of the stream. 
Please sign up and don't forget to bring a sack lunch

Want to learn more about the Mukilteo Gulches? Use the links below to explore the Japanese and Big Gulches.

Our librarian, Haley Benjamins, has created a library resource guide for our service-learning projects at Japanese and Big Gulch. You can access it at the following link.http://edcc.libguides.com/mukilteogulches. This will help you have access to the resources you need to prepare for the projects better and to write more effective reflections and other course assignments related to your service-learning projects. Students signing up for the projects in Japanese and Big Gulch are invited to read last year's report prior to coming to the field. Click the link below for the link to the report.

Fish and wildlife report for Japanese and Big Gulch

If you have any questions please email kacie.mccarty@email.edcc.edu.



Northacres Park Restoration with Earthcorps- Seattle                                 
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Friday, May 20th
9:30am-2:30pm

We will be working with Earthcorps to help restore the ecosystem of Northacres park in Seattle. Students will get the opportunity to work with a nonprofit in their local community that focuses on ecological restoration. We will be working outside rain or shine, so please be sure to bring a raincoat and proper shoes! The school is able to provide a small amount of rain gear if needed, so please contact us ahead of time if you need a raincoat or rubber boots. Supplies are limited! Transportation will be provided from campus. 

If you have any questions or comments please email acacia.johnson@email.edcc.edu

Macro-invertebrate Monitoring
sign up!
Tuesday, May 24th
12:30 pm - 4:30 pm

For this event we will be looking at the tiny bugs in Mukilteo's Japanese Gulch stream! Some of these bugs (called macroinvertebrates) are more sensitive to pollution than others.Therefore this survey will allow us to determine the pollution level of the stream. 
Please sign up and don't forget to bring a sack lunch

Want to learn more about the Mukilteo Gulches? Use the links below to explore the Japanese and Big Gulches.

Our librarian, Haley Benjamins, has created a library resource guide for our service-learning projects at Japanese and Big Gulch. You can access it at the following link.http://edcc.libguides.com/mukilteogulches. This will help you have access to the resources you need to prepare for the projects better and to write more effective reflections and other course assignments related to your service-learning projects. Students signing up for the projects in Japanese and Big Gulch are invited to read last year's report prior to coming to the field. Click the link below for the link to the report.

Fish and wildlife report for Japanese and Big Gulch

If you have any questions please email kacie.mccarty@email.edcc.edu.



EdCC
Memorial Day Ceremony and Wreath Laying
When: Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Where: EdCC Black Box Theater and Boots to Books and Beyond Memorial

Edmonds Community College in partnership with the VFW, the Triton Student Veterans’ Association, and other organizations on campus and in our community is hosting a Memorial Day Ceremony and Wreath Laying to honor America’s fallen service members, and to strengthen relations between Veterans, the college and the local community. The ceremony will include a ceremonial lowering of the campus flags to half-mast, a presentation in the Mukilteo Hall Black Box Theater, musical performances and a procession to the Boots to Books and Beyond Memorial for a Wreath-Laying Ceremony. We are looking for volunteers to help make this a meaningful event that Veterans and the community will remember.

Please click on the position links to sign up.

Event Setup (Wednesday, 8:00am – 11:00)
Assist with set-up of chairs and cordons in the courtyard adjacent to the Boots to Books Monument for the wreath-laying ceremony. Set up of the Memorial Wall in the Black Box Theater and decoration of the procession route. Remain in the area while the BlackBox ceremony is going on, until the procession arrives at the monument. Manual labor required.

Greeters / Registration Booth (Wednesday, 9:30am – 11:00am)
Ensure guests are welcomed to the event, provide assistance to mobility impaired guests as needed, and ensure students who are attending the ceremony as a part of a course are properly signed in.

Memorial Wall Staffing (Wednesday 9:30am- 11:00 am)
Assist visitors wishing to place memorial messages on 3 x 5 index cards on the memorial wall. Assist with set-up and tear-down of the wall. Help collect materials and messages left at the wall. Provide a visible presence to ensure visitors treat the wall with respect and that messages posted on the wall are in keeping with campus guidelines. Prolonged standing may be required. Appropriate attire required.

Traffic assistants (Wednesday 9:30am- 11:00 am)
Assist visitors in locating the event parking and venue. Volunteers will be posted at key points in our parking lot to direct visitors to either Lot “K”, Lot “P” or Disabled Parking.

Ushers (Wednesday 9:30am- 11:00 am)
Assist students and visitors in finding seating for the event.

Event Tear Down (Wednesday, 1 PM- 2 PM)
Help tear down all equipment, materials, and trash in the area after the ceremony.


If you have any additional questions, Contact stewart.sinning@email.edcc.edu for more details or if you have questions.


Wildlife Monitoring 
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WhereJapanese Gulch, Mukilteo
When: Friday, May 27th
12pm - 4pm


The wildlife monitoring project will collect data on the wildlife activity in the Big Gulch stream in Mukilteo, WA. Volunteers will learn about wildlife tracking, how to properly use motion sensitive cameras, as well as information on plant identification. The data we collect may be included in the Wildlife Monitoring report and presented to Snohomish County Airport, City of Mukilteo, and other organizations to help aid in the restoration of the stream. Please sign up and don't forget to bring a sack lunch.

Want to learn more about the Mukilteo Gulches? Use the links below to explore the Japanese and Big Gulches.

Our librarian, Haley Benjamins, has created a library resource guide for our service-learning projects at Japanese and Big Gulch. You can access it at the following link.http://edcc.libguides.com/mukilteogulches. This will help you have access to the resources you need to prepare for the projects better and to write more effective reflections and other course assignments related to your service-learning projects. Students signing up for the projects in Japanese and Big Gulch are invited to read last year's report prior to coming to the field. Click the link below for the link to the report.

Fish and wildlife report for Japanese and Big Gulch

If you have any questions please email grace.coale@email.edcc.edu.





Crop Mob @ The SAgE Farm!
sign up!
Saturday, May 28th
9am - 5pm

Do you want to get outside and work on a farm to help us grow food for campus and the community?  The SAgE Sammamish Valley Student Farm in Woodinville lies along the scenic river trail in the heart of beautiful farm country in metro-King County. The farm needs your help starting seeds, transplanting vegetable starts, and weeding rows of crops. When we all work together for a day on the farm that's call a "Crop Mob." Come join us!
  • No garden or farm experience is required - we'll teach you and show you what to do!  
  • Wear sneakers or boots and comfortable clothing that can get dirty and be prepared to do some physical work.
  • Transportation is provided along with snacks and beverages
Visit our website to learn more about the farm:  sagestudentfarm.weebly.com

If you have any questions or comments please email Sam.lebrun@email.edcc.edu.



Crop Mob @ The SAgE Farm!
sign up!
Saturday, June 4th
9am - 5pm

Do you want to get outside and work on a farm to help us grow food for campus and the community?  The SAgE Sammamish Valley Student Farm in Woodinville lies along the scenic river trail in the heart of beautiful farm country in metro-King County. The farm needs your help starting seeds, transplanting vegetable starts, and weeding rows of crops. When we all work together for a day on the farm that's call a "Crop Mob." Come join us!
  • No garden or farm experience is required - we'll teach you and show you what to do!  
  • Wear sneakers or boots and comfortable clothing that can get dirty and be prepared to do some physical work.
  • Transportation is provided along with snacks and beverages
Visit our website to learn more about the farm:  sagestudentfarm.weebly.com

If you have any questions or comments please email Sam.lebrun@email.edcc.edu.




Richmond Beach Saltwater Park Work Party
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Saturday, May 21th
9:30 am-2:30 pm

Join us as we work with the City of Shoreline to restore Richmond Beach Saltwater Park. We will be working on a quarter-acre native habitat restoration plan that involves removal of scotch broom and blackberry, and planting native species. Transportation will  be provided from campus.

Email acacia.johnson@email.edcc.edu with any questions.