Introduction

Sound Impacts is an online portal for all of the region’s practitioners and implementers of Green Infrastructure as well as for anyone curious to see what efforts and investments are being made to protect and improve this region’s natural assets.

  tree planting

Tree planting activities consist of planting native vegetation in both urban and rural settings. This is often done to restore fish and wildlife habitat and reduce erosion. Trees and other vegetation reduce stormwater runoff by providing a canopy layer that rain lands on and evaporates. The roots of trees also take up rainwater and help allow healthy soil to infiltrate.

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19

tree planting Projects

Total Square Feet382,168
Earliest Project DateApr, 1990
Latest Project DateDec, 2017

11,311

Total Trees Planted

Total number of trees planted



The calculations for Gallons of Runoff Managed were derived by long term monitoring and modeling by Herrera Environmental and provided by Seattle 2030 District

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