Tukwila Community Center - Walk & Talk Litter …06/14/2024


Litter is an issue for everyone. Not only is an eye sore but litter is dangerous for our watershed and wildlife, it is expensive and can be hazardous. Overtime litter breaks down, releasing chemicals into the land and water, in turn our environment becomes toxic. You can make a difference and be part of the solution, join Green Tukwila staff for a Walk & Talk, Litter Clean Up on the river or local park and learn about microplastics, native plants, the watershed and things you can do at home to protect natural areas and ensure a healthy future for all!

Walk & Talk with Green Tukwila Staff, learn about the river, wildlife and native plants while picking up plastics and trash. Every piece of litter we can get is a win! The Tukwila Community Center sits on a bend of the Duwamish River, we will be walking on a flat paved trail.

All ages OK

10 out of 10 participants registered.

What to Bring

Wear comfortable clothes, good walking shoes and dress for the weather. If it is hot a hat is recommended, some sites have little to no shade. A water bottle and small backpack is great ensure both your hands are free to hold a grabber and trash bag. If you would like gloves, please bring them.

Where to Meet

In the lobby of the Tukwila Community Center.

Where to Park

Park in the parking lot at the Tukwila Community Center, 12424 42nd Ave S, Tukwila, WA 98168

Date & Time

June 14, 2024 10am - 11:30am


Olena Perry

Restrooms are in the community center.

Extra Info

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