Use this form to register to volunteer at an upcoming event.

Our staff will follow-up via email to confirm your spot.

Members of a group should use our Group Volunteering form

Volunteer Information

The information you choose to submit below will be kept confidential, and make our program more inclusive and responsive to the needs of Seattle’s residents. 

The following release information is required for volunteer insurance and recognition purposes. For and in consideration of my participation in the Green Seattle Partnership volunteer program and the Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association Urban Forest Restoration Program ("DNDA"), a voluntary, public/private cooperative program (the “Program”), I release, acquit, and forever discharge the City of Seattle, a municipal corporation, its officers, agents, employees, and volunteers, and associated non-profit organizations, including DNDA, their officers, agents, employees, and volunteers (collectively, the “Released Parties), from any and all claims, demands, damages, costs, action, or liability, on account of, or in any way growing out of, any and all known and unknown, foreseen and unforeseen bodily injuries or death, or damage to property resulting from or by reason of my participation in, or transportation to or from, any activity, work, or work site in any way related to the Program. I accept and assume all risks, and assume all responsibility for the losses, costs and/or damages following an injury I (or my child/ward) suffer in the course of my participation in the Program, including disability, paralysis or death, even if caused in whole or in part by the negligence of the Released Parties. I understand that the City of Seattle provides medical insurance coverage for bodily injury incurred while I volunteer, and that the medical insurance coverage is secondary to any other insurance I have. I approve of emergency care for myself (or my ward/child) under the direction of the event leader or consulting doctor, if I am unable to approve it myself, including emergency or ambulance transportation and the administration of drugs, tests, anesthesia and blood transfusions to the below-named minor when a physician or dentist at the treating medical facility deems those procedures necessary for emergency treatment. I, as the undersigned, give permission to be photographed and/or filmed and have my image used by the Green Seattle Partnership or DNDA. 


A Youth Waiver Form (opens in a new tab) is REQUIRED for anyone under 18 years of age before participating. Please bring a signed and completed form to DNDA staff at the beginning of your event.

Group Volunteering Interest Form

Groups are welcome to attend our regular events on Tuesdays and Saturdays at 10am, free of charge as long as space is available for your group.

If you would like to volunteer outside of our regular schedule, use this form to inquire about arranging a private volunteer experience on a day of your choosing.
Group Scheduling

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Environmental S.T.E.A.M. Lessons

Attention Delridge and West Seattle educators and community organizations — DNDA's Nature team is offering hands-on, arts-based environmental S.T.E.A.M. lessons for K-5th graders for the 2023-24 school year!

Kids will learn about a range of topics - from water flow and stormwater pollution, to wetlands, salmon, and the power of plants - through drawing, mapping, engineering, creating, and collaborating.

The lessons are taught by DNDA’s environmental education coordinator, Jules Hepp. Learn more, contact Jules, and book lessons below!

STEAM Lessons graphic with photos

Longfellow Creek Diaries Project

The iconic Longfellow Creek runs the length of West Seattle. From its headwaters at Roxhill all the way to Elliot Bay, Longfellow Creek is an important part of this city’s story and that of our community. We want your personal stories of the creek in this community Diary of Longfellow – past experiences, current activities or special memories all help tell the tapestry of Longfellow’s story.

For more information on this project, please click here.



Restoration Events


Restoration Volunteers


Environmental Youth Interns


Restoration Volunteer Hours


Square Feet Cleared of Invasive Species at Delridge Wetland Park


Hours Teaching Youth About Environmental Justice


Native Plants Installed


Student Volunteers

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