Kent Parks Conservation Events

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Hands-on, outdoor environmental conservation in Kent

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Why We Do It:

Because trees and natural green spaces are important, and provide essential community benefits such as

  • Reduced storm water runoff,
  • Improved air and water quality,
  • Reduced greenhouse gases,
  • Attractive communities,
  • Increased property values, and
  • Improved quality of life.

Why You Should Do it Too:

Because you want Kent to stay healthy and green for generations to come! Kent's natural areas depend on people like you to help remove aggressive weeds, help plant native trees and shrubs, and help maintain healthy, beneficial ecosystems.

NOTE:  A Minor Waiver Form is required for all volunteers under age 18.


Join our local event as we take part in this national celebration of America's precious and beautiful public lands.


September 28, 2019 at Lake Fenwick Park

City of Kent Parks is celebrating National Public Lands Day with a restoration event at Lake Fenwick Park. Events like this are a great way to connect with nature and spend some time with your friends, family or coworkers while helping save some plants, so come join the fun!

Volunteers should wear sturdy shoes and clothes they don’t mind getting torn or dirty and be prepared for inclement weather. Signed Minor waiver forms are required for all volunteers under the age of 18.

Please provide a valid email and check your inbox or spam the Friday before for a friendly reminder email and further details about parking logistics and meeting area.

2020 Event

September 26, 2020 at Lake Fenwick Park