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Green Snohomish

Green Snohomish meets to learn and share ways to make our world community a better place.

We acknowledge the original inhabitants of this place, the Sdohobsh people and their successors the Tulalip Tribes, who since time immemorial have hunted, fished, gathered, and taken care of these lands.

We respect their sovereignty, their right to self-determination, and we honor their sacred spiritual connection with the land and water.

Snohomish Tree Inventory

In an effort to manage and enhance our urban tree canopy, the city of Snohomish has completed its initial inventory of all trees in the public right of way, parks, and other city properties. Find species, health condition, size, and other basic information for each tree.


All forms of life are important.


Ours is a finite Earth.


Strong communities are more resilient.

Snohomish Tree Tour

Celebrate Autumn with a guided walking tour of the beautiful City of Snohomish heritage trees through the Historic District!

Learn more about the Snohomish Tree Tour.


Find Snohomish and northern King County recycling and disposal options for waste like styrofoam, plastic bags, paint, and more.

Learn more about recycling and disposal resources.


1 week ago

Green Snohomish
If you’re curious about how we get started creating a more circular economy, this is a awesome place to start. Thank you to WSU Snohomish County Extension Sustainable Community Stewards for putting this on. We have a couple Green Snohomish members who have really enjoyed this program.TO REGISTER VISIT: you ever find yourself standing at the recycling bin wondering what can and can’t be recycled, and WHY? Curious about climate change and how your individual actions can make a difference? Wondering how you can get more engaged in your local community? Get answers to these questions and more by becoming a WSU Snohomish County Extension Waste Warrior. Training begins in April!By enrolling, you receive university-level training grounded in climate change science relevant both within Snohomish County and globally. The training is designed to help you become an informed community educator, preparing you for your volunteer commitment of 20 hours. A combination of engaging classroom presentations, workshops, and discussions paired with behind-the-scenes field trips make this an excellent educational and community engagement opportunity.The trainings are in-person on Mondays, 6:00-8:30PM, at WSU Snohomish County Extension located within Willis Tucker Park’s Activity Center, 6705 Puget Park Dr, Snohomish, WA 98296Schedule:Mondays starting April 22nd and ending after May 20th, 6-8:30PM (4/22, 4/29, 5/6, 5/13, and 5/20) with tour dates TBA. Focus is on proper recycling, food waste prevention, and effective waste reduction strategies, as well as being an effective communicator and outreach volunteer. $25 fee*.Activities include recycling sorting training, making homemade cleaning supplies, food waste trivia, and more!WSU Snohomish County Extension programs are open to all without discrimination. *Accommodations and fee-waivers are available upon request.Once trained, volunteers then give back to the community by sharing what they learned through various opportunities like Repair Cafes, waste-sorting at farmer’s markets and festivals, workshops, Styrofoam recycling collection, and more!. Waste Warriors commit to volunteering a minimum of 20 hours in a year. See MoreSee Less
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