Join us for our second annual Earth Day Walk on Sunday, April 22! We will walk the campus roads and pick up trash to keep the environment beautiful!

There's no entry fee, but donations are welcome!

Our groovy zipper pull!

Participants will get one of our new zipper pulls, which will get you into the Rhododendron Species Botanical Garden free of charge on Earth Day (usually $8 admission for adults)!

Registration for the walk begins at 1:30 p.m. Meet at 33645 20th Ave S, Federal Way, next to the Christian Faith Center.

Or come early for more time to enjoy the rhody garden and the Pacific Bonsai Museum! We'll have a table set up at the entrance to the garden and museum at 10 a.m., where you can sign in, pick up your zipper pull for free admission.

Donations will go toward our efforts to save the campus from warehouse development.

In the meantime, enjoy our album from the 2017 inaugural walk!

Our first annual Save the Campus Earth Day walk was a success. We raised awareness of the need to preserve and maintain the unique character of this special property, and we collected donations to help our efforts. Participants also collected several bags of trash along the 2.5-mile route!

If you couldn't make the walk and would like to donate, click here. Be sure to join us next year!

View our album!
Cloudy, breezy weather didn't stop us!
Cloudy, breezy weather didn't stop us!
Under Interstate 5
Under Interstate 5
SWC President Lori Sechrist
SWC President Lori Sechrist
Garbage bags are filling up!
Garbage bags are filling up!
Walking along Weyerhaeuser Way
Walking along Weyerhaeuser Way
Our four-legged friends joined us
Our four-legged friends joined us
Some walkers actually got to ride...
Some walkers actually got to ride...

Some of our local elected officials turned out for the walk...

Rep. Mike Pellicciotti
Rep. Mike Pellicciotti
Jim Ferrell, Mayor
Jim Ferrell, Mayor
Susan Honda, Council
Susan Honda, Council
Mark Koppang, Council
Mark Koppang, Council
Martin Moore, Council
Martin Moore, Council