City Habitats is comprised of organizations and individuals
choosing to work together to break down the divide
between our cities and towns, and nature.


City Habitats is comprised of organizations and individuals
choosing to work together to break down the divide
between our cities and towns, and nature.

The Nature Conservancy

A global organization locally providing innovative, science-based solutions to solving stormwater.

Washington Environmental Council

Our mission is to protect, restore, and sustain Washington’s environment for all.

Rain Dog Designs

Sustainable landscaping design and installation; focus on rain water harvesting and rain garden installations.

12,000 Rain Gardens

Promoting green infrastructure solutions that communities can adopt to actively help environmental problems stemming from polluted stormwater runoff.

Western Environmental Law Center

Uses the full power of the law to defend and protect the American West’s treasured landscapes, iconic wildlife, and rural communities.

Seattle Green Spaces Coalition

Advocacy group to change Seattle policy to divest surplus property.

Puget Sound Regional Council

A regional planning agency for transportation planning, economic development and growth management.

Green Cities Good Health project at University of Washington

Sharing evidence and helping inform policy and programs so that all people in all community’s experience nature-based wellness benefits.

City of Tumwater

Looking toward long-term goals emphasizing prevention, community participation, and resource conservation to stormwater management.

Stewardship Partners

Creating people-based solutions that engage and empower Puget Sound communities as caretakers of the land and water that sustain us.


Educating and empowering business and diverse communities to implement sustainable practices.

Sustainable Seattle

Focused on long-term sustainability, equity and resilience in the Puget Sound Region.

Green Infrastructure Partnership (GrIP)

A cross-sector group that delivers green solutions to stormwater pollution via education, technical assistance, and incentive programs


A partnership between King County and Seattle Public Utilities to provide rebates for eligible property owners to manage stormwater by installing rain gardens and/or cisterns on private property.


Advancing innovative and inclusive education that inspires understanding and stewardship of our planet


Envisioning a world where people and nature thrive together.

Seattle Audubon Society

Seattle Audubon leads a local community in appreciating, understanding, and protecting birds and their natural habitats.

Cedar Grove

Cedar Grove transforms waste materials into inventive products that benefit our community.

Seattle Parks Foundation

To create and sustain a thriving system of public spaces and advocate for public policies and investments that improve the health and happiness of all Seattle residents.

International Living Future Institute

Seeking to create communities that are socially rich, culturally just and ecologically restorative.

Earth Economics

Offering a pragmatic, collaborative approach to help organizations make sound investment and policy decisions with nature in mind.

Washington Green Schools

Guiding and supporting students and communities to become leaders for the environment.

Snohomish Conservation District

Working on conservation efforts with farmers, city residents, rural and suburban landowners on a voluntary basis.

Seattle 2030 District

A high-performance building district in downtown Seattle that aims to reduce environmental impacts of building construction and operations.


Seeks to enhance community livability, support revitalization and connect people with places through planning, design, management, communications or technology.

Snoqualmie Stewardship

Working with private landowners to rebuild and protect native fish and wildlife habitat for a healthier Snoqualmie Valley.