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Prune-A-Thon 2020!

Sky Nursery 18528 Aurora Ave N, Shoreline, WA, United States

We're back for another mind-blowing Prune-A-Thon and we're cooking up new and improved lectures, activities for the kids, and ways to improve your landscape with the right trees and plants.

Plant Geek Trivia Night–CANCELED

Zoom WA, United States

Don't be an outlier! Get in line to go online for our Plant Geek Trivia Night! Gather your forces to face off against the fertile (and possibly sneaky) mind of George Lasch as he challenges you to root deep into your plant knowledge. Admission is free for this social event. We encourage you to talk…

Webinar: Science-Based Strategies For Using Wood Chips with Clay Antieau

Zoom WA, United States

Wood chips have been commonly used as a mulch for many years yet this usage is based on misconceptions and a very narrow understanding of the function of wood in and on soil.  A more strategic use of wood chips in ecosystem restoration and ornamental landscapes in the Pacific Northwest has the potential to be…

$5.00 – $10.00

Meeting of Like Minds: The Dirt Trilogy: Destruction, Insight, and Cure.

Zoom WA, United States

  David R. Montgomery and Anne Bikle This event is FREE to all PlantAmnesty members.  Please login before registering!  Authors David R. Montgomery and Anne Biklé will draw on the three books comprising their Dirt Trilogy to tell the tangled and intriguing story of humanity’s relationship with soil. They’ll take us on a journey from…

Free

Meeting of Like Minds: The Evolution of the Cass Garden

Zoom WA, United States

  Enjoy our MOLM as a free, members-only benefit.  Please remember to log in before attempting to purchase tickets for this event. The evolution of the Cass Turnbull Garden on Capitol Hill has been underway for the past 3+ years. Join Kate Day as she describes how the garden has gradually emerged through partnerships and…

Free

March Webinar: The values of public parks, exemplified by the Cass Turnbull Garden

Zoom WA, United States

Join Daniel Winterbottom, Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington, as he describes the contributions that he and his students are making to the creation of the Cass Turnbull Garden, including their design for the southern section of the garden, and their installation of key features in the garden’s north section. In each of…

Free

Spring Shin-Dig 2021

Online

Enjoy three exciting seminars at your convenience, then join us for a panelist discussion focused on registrants' questions.  We anticipate some lively back-and-forth as our panelists discuss answers to your questions! Planting for a Prune-less Garden:  Selecting the right plant for your goals is critical in building a beautiful garden.  Perhaps you simply want some…

$30.00 – $40.00

Meeting of Like Minds: How Trees Inspire John Gradé’s Art

Zoom WA, United States

Enjoy our MOLM as a free, members-only benefit.  Please remember to log in before attempting to purchase tickets for this event.   John Gradé (American, born 1970 in Minneapolis, MN) lives and works in Seattle, WA. Inspired by changing geological and biological forms and systems in the natural world. John works with his studio team…

Free

May Webinar: Engaging the community to obtain data on forest health

Zoom WA, United States

The Forest Health Watch is designed to engage communities in research and learning about native plant health issues. The pilot project of the program is focused on the dieback of Thuja plicata, and community scientists are needed to accelerate the research. Western Red Cedar is a critical component of native cultures and ecosystems in the…

$5.00 – $10.00

Take a Walk with Ciscoe Morris in the Cass Turnbull Garden 8.21.2021

Cass Turnbull Garden 1125 Harvard Ave E, Seattle, WA, United States

Cass Turnbull Garden Fundraiser – Plant Walk with Ciscoe Morris The Cass Turnbull Garden is on its way to becoming fully realized! To raise funds and give the public a special look into the future park, PlantAmnesty is hosting a plant identification walk with legend Ciscoe Morris! You know him, you love him and now in an intimate, small…

$40.00

Fall Festival Fundraiser

Cass Turnbull Garden 1125 Harvard Ave E, Seattle, WA, United States

Love fall? Join PlantAmnesty October 23rd for our Fall Festival Fundraiser at the future site of the Cass Turnbull Garden in North Capitol Hill!This fall themed fundraiser includes: Guess the weight of our giant pumpkin for the chance to win Felco 12 pruners! Play games to win prizes such as gift cards to your favorite…

$5.00 – $50.00

Super Ascenders! Arborist Panel March 24, 2022

Have you ever wondered what Certified Arborists do?What is it like to look at the world from 85 feet up a tree?How do arborists decide whether a tree is healthy or a hazard? Join PlantAmnesty's Super Ascenders Arborist Panel Webinar and learn the answers to these questions and more! Our panel of Certified Arborists will…

$20.00 – $30.00

Sip and Paint with Lorene Edwards Forkner

Dunn Gardens 13533 Northshire Rd NW, Seattle, WA

7/1/2022 This event is sold out. To be added to a wait list for tickets please email: info@plantamnesty.org How do you perceive and remember colors? How do you apply your sense of colors in gardening? Lorene Edwards Forkner, a local author, columnist, gardener, and designer, has developed a system that helps her better see and…

$50.00

Tree Hugger Bingo with Ciscoe Morris!

The Mountaineers 7700 Sand Point Way, Seattle, WA, United States

It's back! Don't we all enjoy learning about plants from Ciscoe Morris? It's even better when you get to win some of those plants at PlantAmnesty's Tree Hugger Bingo! Nurseries from all over the greater Seattle area are donating plants to our cause, and there are sure to be some special plants about which Ciscoe…

$50.00 – $240.00

2022 Holiday Party and Annual Meeting

University Unitarian Church 6556 35th Ave NE, Seattle, WA, United States

We'll be looking for you at our Holiday Party and Annual Meeting! Please note a schedule change: Doors open at 6 p.m., and our program starts at 6:30 p.m.  Come join us for a fun evening with games, a year-end summary, Pruning Horror photos, the Holly-Dazed Singers, a potluck dinner, a raffle, and more. If…

Free

Meeting of Like Minds — Seattle’s New Tree Protection Code — Make your voice heard

PlantAmnesty offices Building 30, 6310 NE 74th St, Seattle

URGENT!!! We have only a few days remaining after the dates of this MOLM to make our voices heard regarding amendments to Seattle's new tree protection code. Learn about concerns and talking points from arborists and The Last 6000 representatives. This code will affect you if you live in the greater Seattle area, because it…

John Grade Studio Tour: Watch wood be given a new life!

Seattle, WA WA

PlantAmnesty invites you to join John Grade, Seattle's own internationally recognized artist, to learn more about his artwork and tour his studio. John shares his love for trees through his art installations and is graciously supporting this fundraiser because he believes in PlantAmnesty's mission and our concern for the urban tree canopy. At his studio,…

$75.00

Meeting of Like Minds:Teachings of Our Tree Elders

Camp Long 5200 35th Ave SW, Seattle, WA, United States

Come join us for a joint MOLM with the Windz of Change Alliance. We are focusing on the many ways in which our elder trees can benefit our communities, and several speakers are joining forces to share information about our elder trees.  This MOLM will be at Camp Long in West Seattle, and you will…

PlantAmnesty Plant Walks

Dunn Gardens 13533 Northshire Rd NW, Seattle, WA

Plant walks are back! Join PlantAmnesty, led by longtime friend of PA and plant geek, Michelle Rau, as we set out into the community to revamp our plant walk series. Not only will these be fundraising opportunities to support our programs, but they will be intimate plant identification walks at some of Seattle’s most beloved…

$25.00

South Seattle College Conifer Tour with Van Bobbitt

South Seattle College Arboretum 6000 16th Ave SW, Seattle

The South Seattle College Arboretum was designated an American Conifer Society (ACS) Reference Garden in 2014. This designation recognizes “noteworthy conifer collections.” This is one of only two ACS Reference Gardens in Washington State. The crown jewel of the Arboretum’s conifer collection is the Coenosium Rock Garden, described on the ACS’s website as  “arguably the…

$35.00

Meeting of Like Minds — Rain Gardens and Seattle’s RainWise program

Center for Urban Horticulture 3501 NE 41st St, Seattle, WA, United States

Join us at the Center for Urban Horticulture to learn about rain gardens and Seattle's RainWise program! In selected areas of Seattle, the City of Seattle and King County will pay up to 100 percent of the cost of installing rain gardens and cisterns on homeowners’ properties through the RainWise program. Jessica Farmer, formerly our…

$10.00

PlantAmnesty Plant Walks

Center for Urban Horticulture 3501 NE 41st St, Seattle, WA, United States

Plant walks are back! Join PlantAmnesty, led by longtime friend of PA and plant geek, Michelle Rau, as we set out into the community to revamp our plant walk series. Not only will these be fundraising opportunities to support our programs, but they will be intimate plant identification walks at some of Seattle’s most beloved…

$25.00

Tree Hugger Bingo with Ciscoe Morris!

The Mountaineers 7700 Sand Point Way, Seattle, WA, United States

Event registration has closed!  We reached our seating capacity, and it will be a great evening for everyone attending!  If you would still like to experience the spirit of this fun event, we are accepting additional volunteers. More info and sign up available by emailing programs@plantamnesty.org.   Tree Hugger Bingo is turning 18!  Will that…

$60.00 – $300.00

Meeting of Like Minds — Olmsted Parks in Seattle

Center for Urban Horticulture 3501 NE 41st St, Seattle, WA, United States

Join us at the Center for Urban Horticulture to learn about Olmsted parks Did you know that there are nearly 80 parks in Seattle where the Olmsted design firm left its imprint? Between 1902 and 1940, Seattle's park landscape was heavily influenced by John Olmsted, and many of those designs can still be seen in…

$10.00