The Green Line

We manage a 2-acre pollinator conservation project along the Creston-Duwamish transmission corridor owned by Seattle City Light. This project, The Green Line, repurposes inactive public space to support pollinator habitat, human health, environmental education, and water quality. We are also planting a camas prairie, a historically important plant and food source to Salish country.

We host an internship at The Green Line for BIPOC youth enrolled in a CTE Environmental Science class. Students learn about conservation and restoration from an Indigenous lens and present workshops to the public. The students at our partner high school are 91% people of color and 80% are eligible for free/discounted lunch.