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We are Advocates for a Healthy Environment. It's Important. It's Possible. It's Essential.
"We Inspire Environmental Stewardship"

Our mission is to inspire everyone to experience nature, protect the native habitat, and become environmental stewards.
We're advocates for healthy habitats for both people and wildlife. We believe in empowering youth through education, arts, and creativity to find their voices to steward the earth and change the world.

Our vision is to see the world living in harmony with nature.

Nature Stewards is a Program of the Weed Warriors, a WA State Charitable Organization, 501(c)3 Designation

"Climate Outloud."

November 12th, Saturday 2:30 - 4:30 PM.
Burien Library: 400 SW 152nd St, Burien, WA 98166

"Everyone's Talking About It!" KCLS discussion hosted by the Nature Stewards Program at the Burien Library main floor conference room. "[This is] the most important lawsuit on the planet right now."   - Bill McKibben & Naomi Klein
Details of the lawsuit at on this website: http://www.ourchildrenstrust.org/

More about the event, Climate Outloud. Let's Talk About It!

Panelists include:
Michael Foster, Plant for the Planet
Alec Connon, 350.org, Seattle
Tim Walsh, Environmental Science Instructor, South Seattle College
Attorney Eric Dickman
Geoff Eseltine, YMCA Environmental Service Corps
Behnosh Najafi, South Seattle Climate Action Network

Come at 1:30 PM and meet the organizations and browse materials offered at their tables.

What we need now is a multi-faceted approach. Everyone needs to be involved. The youths get it!
Hear what they are doing, taking the lead in saving the planet for their future. Flier

Burien Library: 400 SW 152nd St, Burien, WA 98166
Parking is free and available in the main lot, the underground parking garage, or on the street.

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Together We Make an Impact!

Because of Your Support and Involvement,
Youngsters plant their first tree and students become Environmental Stewards.
They learn about the Life Cycle of the Pacific Northwest Salmon and how to garden for wildlife, like birds and pollinators.
You also make possible Habitat Restoration projects in Public Parks, Trails and Open Spaces.
Your Donation Enables Youth to Fulfil their School Community Service Requirements needed for Graduation.

Thank You to all of our wonderful donors who support the Nature Stewards Program!

The four digit KCEGP code for Weed Warriors, Nature Stewards is  9841

Your donation makes our educational Nature Stewards program possible.
With your generosity, we'll continue to provide the quality environmental programming
the community deserves and needs. Thank You!
The Nature Stewards is an educational program of the Weed Warriors, WA State Non-Profit Charitable Organization
under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

Public Service Message:  I-732, the revenue-neutral carbon tax swap,  will help reduce Washington State's greenhouse gas emissions, make our  tax system less regressive, and potentially serve as a potent bipartisan model for the rest of the nation.  More information  here .   Some opponents of I-732 are  spreading false information , suggesting that I-732 is not revenue neutral.   This claim can be easily disproven as discussed  here .  Nature Stewards strongly support I-732 as do many other scientists and economists. We advocate for a healthy planet for future generations, and this Initiative is a step in the right direction to reduce carbon emissions. We urge you to vote Yes on I-732.

Volunteer & Community Service Opportunities: 2016 Calendar Volunteer Information HERE
October 15th nursery event is CANCELLED dut to inclement weather - the BIG storm. Staff safe, everyone!
Sign-up for community service hours - Call Grace Stiller, 425.228.7927
Or email GraceStiller or Weed Warriors, Nature Stewards Program

Nature Stewards of all ages restore a healthy balance to the environment by removing invasive weeds
and creating wildlife habitats using native plants.