Community Stewardship Opportunities
For both Heartwood families and the general public:
Join us for a Saturday volunteer project and make a difference!
Habitat Restoration Projects with Whale Scouts in Bothell
What is Whale Scout? Read about Whale Scout and their mission to restore healthy salmon habitats here!
When can I volunteer?
Stay tuned for dates for the 2022-2023 school year. We will be hosting work parties in fall, winter, and spring and there will be an optional potluck at the end of each!
What will I be doing?: At our work parties, Whale Scouts Director Whitney will teach the adult volunteers how to remove invasive blackberry canes. Younger volunteers will use natural woodchips to deeply mulch areas along the Sammamish River, preventing blackberry vine re-growth. There will also be a snack, a story and a game for the kids to play!
Where do we meet?: The former Wayne Golf Course, the City of Bothell’s newest park. Meet in the Blythe Park Parking Lot.
Who can come?: All ages, bring your kids! Work parties will be limited to 25 participants.
What Should I Wear?: Weather appropriate clothing and closed toed shoes. Be prepared to get dirty!
Masks are optional.
Stewardship Projects with
Farmer Frog in Woodinville
What is Farmer Frog? Read about Farmer Frog and their mission to provide educational farming opportunities and food stability to individuals, families, and communities here!
2022-2023 school year
Stay tuned for the dates. We will be hosting work parties in fall, winter, and spring!
What will I be doing?
The farm can be dynamic and what we will be doing can change with the seasons! Generally, you can expect to be helping in the garden beds, pulling blackberries, and getting assigned special tasks as the seasons change. There will also be a snack, a story, and a game for the kids to play.
Where do we meet?
We meet at the main barn at Farmer Frog's Paradise Valley Location in Woodinville. Please park in the back parking lot.
Who can come?
All ages, bring your kids! Work parties will be limited to 25 participants.
What should I wear?
Weather appropriate clothing and closed toed shoes. Be prepared to get dirty! Please wear your mask.