What connects us? The beauty of our region. And what better time to celebrate our region’s beautiful natural resources than on Valentine’s Day.
King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks wants to learn what you love and appreciate about our region’s natural resources. We want to see your love notes to and about your favorite trail, hike, lake, river, natural area, scenic view or environmental action to take. Did you know that King County Parks has 200 parks, 215 miles of backcountry trails, 175 miles of regional trails, and 28,000 acres of open space to pay homage to?
We are asking you to write about the places in King County, or the actions that you are taking here to help protect the environment. You can even capture this love for the outdoors and environment in multi-media form.
The notes can be in the form of photos with a caption. Video clips. Short scribbles. Love poems. Short tributes. Please let us know if you’d like to include your name with your submission.
We will include your submission in a special love letter to King County’s natural resources on Valentine’s Day – right here on our blog – to celebrate our labor of love: environmental stewardship.
There are a number of ways to send submission.
Email – Send an email to Marie.Tweedy@kingcounty.gov
Twitter – Tweet and tag us @kcdnrp
Facebook – Send us a message to King County Parks on Facebook
Instagram – Tag @kingcountyparks in an Instagram post or send us a message
The deadline to submit is Monday, Feb. 12. Thanks!