DVSA seeks to catalyze the exchange of collaborative ideas among stakeholders.
DVSA recognizes the intersectional identities of our youth and the community, and strives to make opportunities and information accessible to everyone.
DVSA generates sustainable solutions holding high regard of all identities and recognizes that our work takes place on Indigenous land.
DVSA’s work is driven inspired by the courage, determination, and resilience of the communities of the Duwamish Valley
DVSA holds community as its most important partner.
DVSA recognizes that having faith in one's abilities is crucial to making progress towards sustainability goals.
DVSA believes our own community has the capacity to bring innovative solutions through an environmental justice lens.
DVSA understands that young people have the energy, creativity, and vision needed to drive positive change in their communities.
DVSA honors the duty it has to help build a more sustainable future.
Feel free to contact the Duwamish Valley Sustainability Association to learn more about their work and how you can get involved in supporting confidence-building and youth leadership initiatives in the community.
This project aimed to create a sense of belonging in the city by using an app adapted from the Urban Belonging Project in Copenhagen. Where people from all walks of life, including homeless individuals, deaf, ethnic minorities, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and more can express their sense of belonging in a city with pictures and annotations based off of Seattle’s comprehensive plan. The data collected will be analyzed with intersectionality in mind before being presented to the city.
The goal of the r3made project is to educate and engage the community of the Duwamish River area on how to properly separate out their waste.
Empowering the youth through 3D modeling and environmental design