The City of Kent's environmental restoration plan to steward 1,344 acres of city-owned forests and wetlands.
WHO WE ARE
The Green Kent Partnership is a collaboration between the city of Kent, Forterra, community groups and non-profits, businesses, schools, and hundreds of individual volunteers working together to actively maintain the city's natural areas.
WHY WE DO IT
Trees and natural green spaces are important, and provide essential community benefits such as
- Reduced storm water runoff
- Improved air and water quality
- Reduced greenhouse gases
- Increased habitat for native wildlife
- Attractive communities
- Increased property values
- Improved quality of life
WHY YOU SHOULD DO IT
Because you want Kent to stay healthy and green for generations to come! Kent's natural areas depend on people like you to help remove aggressive weeds, help plant native trees and shrubs, and help maintain healthy, beneficial ecosystems.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED
To learn more about the Green Kent Partnership, take a look at our 20-Year Management Plan, check out our most recent Annual Report, or contact us directly.
Watch our videos, too! The Green Kent Partnership Story and, for a 30-second smile, Something is Invading Our Parks!
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This program was made possible in part by the King Conservation District.