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RESTORATION WORKS™

Are you interested in social justice and environmental stewardship? Use the arts to become a community/cultural activist through on-going projects as part of a classroom elective, and after-school program or a weekend work project in your community.

Earn-service learning hours as you discover how global and local issues impact your life in our R U An Endangered Species?™ workshops and then plan your Arts Actions to empower yourself and others. Create healthy urban forests in your community by removing invasive plants and planting native species during hands-on work parties once a month at Genesee Park and in the East Duwamish Greenbelt.


Blue Corps

Blue Corps is about protecting the water in your body and the water that surrounds us!

If you are interested in the arts, social and environmental justices learn to write and perform your poems and stories. Create portable murals using the visual arts, watch films and go on field trips to the beaches around Puget Sound!

Earn service-learning hours by performing and/or displaying your art that teaches others what you know! If you're curious, check out the R U An Endangered Species? Human Estuaries™ Campaign and GET INVOLVED!!

Forms and Waivers
Before participating in a workshop the following forms and waivers MUST BE completed and RETURNED to UWP.

All Programs Waiver
General Waiver and Accident Liability Form
Sign-Up Form



R U An Endangered Species?™ Find Out!

4 Workshops that introduce 4 Action Campaigns at the intersection of social justice, culture and environment.

Attend or host a workshop. Learn what you can do to protect our social and natural eco-systems by joining a campaign to save human lives.

CAMPAIGN ONE:
Human Estuaries™ Our Polluted Streams

CAMPAIGN TWO:
Strange Fruit: Race, Violence, and Environment

CAMPAIGN THREE:
Saving Limbs, Saving Lives: Women and Green Spaces

CAMPAIGN FOUR:
Does Homophobia Have a Carbon Count? Gender Perception and Safety



Contact Us
Jourdan I. Keith, Founder & Director
206-579-5848 Cell
urbanwildernessproject@yahoo.com
P.O. Box 18874
Seattle, WA 98118

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