Join Puget Soundkeeper for cleanups on the water and along the shoreline, all across Seattle. Make sure you’re signed up for our newsletter so you don’t miss your opportunity to register. We’ll see you out there!

June 24th at the UW Arboretum and Lake Union

We’ll work together to clean up trash from one of Seattle’s most stunning parks, the University of Washington Arboretum! Chose a walking cleanup or paddle on Lake Washington. Or, stay close to South Lake Union and join our kayak patrol.

FULL: Lake Washington canoe cleanup 8:30am–10:30am

Arboretum walking cleanup: 10:00am–12:00pm

Lake Union kayak patrol: 10:00am–12:00pm

July 5th Fireworks Cleanup

Puget Soundkeeper’s signature summer event! Hardworking cleanup crews clear the official rubbish bins containing 4th of July trash, while Soundkeeper volunteers scour lawns, gutters, and park plantings to clean up hundreds of pounds of additional debris—much of it generated from fireworks.

Lower Wallingford walking cleanup: 9:30am–11:30am

South Lake Union walking cleanup: 10am–12pm

Lake Union kayak patrol: 9am–11am

August 12th at Greg Davis Park and Longfellow Creek

We could never pick a favorite urban waterway, but Longfellow Creek ranks pretty high on our list. Join us as we steward the area around Delridge’s salmon stream! Or, spend some time caring for our beloved Duwamish River, with opportunities to walk or paddle.

Greg Davis Park/Longfellow Creek walking cleanup: 10am–12pm

Duwamish Waterway Park walking cleanup: 10am–12pm

TBC: Duwamish River kayak patrol with River Access Paddle Program and our partners at Heron’s Nest.