Starting July 13, 2020 free trees and planting info/guidelines will be made available from the city.
From the Trees for Seattle page at Seattle.gov:
“Evaluate your planting site and this year’s tree options. Select the tree best suited for your space.
- Backyard space? Choose the largest tree appropriate for the site to maximize the benefits to your yard and neighborhood.
- Planting along the street? Review the minimum planting strip width requirements before selecting your tree.
- Under power lines? Select one of the power line approved trees that reaches a maximum height of 25 feet.
The power line approved trees are the most popular species we offer. Please apply for power line approved trees only if you are planting under power lines.”
Young Ecosocialists needed. The Seattle Urban Forestry Commission is recruiting, interested? Applications must be in by July 13,2020. Details about openings here.
The UFC Position #10 is a “get engaged” position.
“The Get Engaged program places young adults ages 18-29 on the City of Seattle’s public boards and commissions. Get Engaged commissioners serve a one-year term starting September each year.
Acting in an advisory capacity to the Mayor and City Council, commissioners help shape policy decisions, make recommendations, and provide citizen participation in city government. Started in 2001, Get Engaged is dedicated to cultivating the next generation of leaders and advocating for the influence of young voices in city affairs.”