Danny Woo Community Garden Day of Service

March 10, 2018 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Danny Woo Community Garden

620 S Main St
Seattle, WA 98104

Contact :

Alicia Todd
atodd@missioncontinues.org
(360) 286-8047
Come join the Seattle 2nd Platoon, along with our Community Partners at Code Fellows, for an unforgettable Day of Service...right in the heart of Seattle.

Unless you are already aware of the Danny Woo Community Garden, it is easy to miss. Tucked behind a row of tall trees up against Seattle’s busy Interstate 5, it is not always visible to the average passerby. But don’t let its unassuming appearance deceive you – this community garden is anything but ordinary.

​The Danny Woo Community Garden was founded in 1975 and is located in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District at 620 South Main Street. The Garden is approximately 1.5 acres and contains nearly 100 plots that are cultivated and cared for by elderly Asian immigrant residents of the neighborhood. The garden is also home to a children's garden, chicken coop, outdoor kitchen, and fruit tree orchard. As the largest green space in the Chinatown/International District and Little Saigon area, the Danny Woo Community Garden is an essential place for the surrounding community to engage with nature, access safe and healthy food, and build cohesion with neighbors.

This is an amazing opportunity to directly impact one of the most precious green spaces in the city.

What To Wear :

Your TMC Blue...along with something that you're okay with getting dirty

What To Bring :

A great attitude

Parking :

Limited street parking, so car-pooling may be the best option. The garden is however very close to King Street Station...so public transportation is available.

Inclement Weather Plan :

None