FORESTS FOR ALL

At the heart of the Emerald City in the Evergreen State, a movement is taking root

NEW EXHIBIT EXPERIENCE

 

Habitat for wildlife. Livelihoods for people. Climate solutions for all.

When forests and green spaces thrive, so do animals and people


That’s why communities here and around the world are uniting through Woodland Park Zoo’s Forests for All initiative. Together, we will protect, restore and sustain the local and global forests connected to our everyday lives in ways big and small.

 

 

 

 

 

New Exhibit Coming in 2026

What do Papua New Guinea’s Matschie’s tree kangaroos and Nepal’s red pandas have in common?

They are the faces of forests where conservation has become a community movement. Discover innovative solutions global communities are bringing to wildlife conservation and climate action—and how you can boost their impact from home, at school, in the office, during a zoo visit, and at the polls.

Get a first look at new exhibit plans

 

 

 

We Need Your Input

We're designing a new exhibit and we need to hear from you!

As part of our engagement efforts, we invite you to complete this online survey. By taking the survey, your voice can help influence how the Forests for All Project will look and feel, and how it can contribute to the community and conservation.

TAKE THE SURVEY

 

 

Make a Seed Gift to the New Exhibit



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If you are interested in making a gift of stock or securities, please contact Michelle Banks,
Director of Individual Giving, at Michelle.Banks@zoo.org or 206-548-2547. Thank you!

 

2030


Target year set by global leaders, including U.S., by which to end deforestation.


1/3 of immediate climate action needed can be achieved by preserving forests and nature.


Source: COP26 climate summit global commitment and Wildlife Conservation Society

 

 

 

Spotlight: Papua New Guinea

Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program

When the YUS Community of Papua New Guinea pledged 180,000 acres of their own land to create their nation’s first protected Conservation Area, they showed the world how a community can assure a future for animals and people together.

What will it take to sustain it?

Celebrate 25 years of community transformation with Woodland Park Zoo’s Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program

 

Our Mission

Woodland Park Zoo saves wildlife and inspires everyone to make conservation a priority in their lives.

Land Acknowledgment

Woodland Park Zoo recognizes that these are the lands of the Tribal signatories of the Treaty of Point Elliott. We acknowledge their stewardship of this place continues to this day and that it is our responsibility to join them to restore the relationship with the living world around us.

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