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Discuss park issues at monthly meetings
The Friends of Seward Park meet on the 2nd Saturday of most months at 9:30 - 11:00 am in the Seward Park Audubon Center, 5902 Lake Washington Boulevard, near the park entrance.
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Maintain trails and replant native vegetation.
Remove invasive plants from the native forest.
Research and publish the natural and human history of the park.
Produce seasonal family activities and nature walks.
Provide a voice for community concerns.
Hands-on work parties in trail restoration and habitat preservation.
Research in botany, forestry, marine biology, or natural history.
Fundraising, grant writing and community outreach.
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The Friends of Seward Park is a non-profit organization.