The Friends of Harrison Ridge are volunteers focused on restoring the native ecosystem of the Harrison Ridge Greenbelt, under the guidance of the Green Seattle Partnership (GSP) and volunteer Forest Stewards. 

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About

The Harrison Ridge Greenbelt consists of six plus acres of forest in the Madison Valley neighborhood, located in the north end of the Central District of Seattle.

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The entrance is located on the north side of 32nd Ave E, between John Street and Denny Avenue, Seattle, WA 98112

We acknowledge that we gather on the stolen traditional land of the Coast Salish Peoples, including all tribes and bands within the Duwamish, Suquamish, Tulalip and Muckleshoot Nations. We honor with gratitude the land itself and its original caretakers, who are still here.

Get Involved
Do you want to get your hands dirty, feet muddy and breathe in the fresh wooded air? 

To find out about neighborhood events click on “Join Us” below, or go to SeattleForestWeek.org to sign up for events all across the city.

 

 
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