Our Future Duwamish
Witness the future of the Duwamish River to learn how our actions today impact our region’s ecosystem in this immersive, interactive virtual reality experience. Please note that this exhibit is only available outside the library.
About Our Future Duwamish VR Experience
Welcome to Our Future Duwamish! During this experience, you will be transported back in time and catapulted into the future to explore how our actions today will shape the future of our Seattle community, city, and region.
Our Future Duwamish Kits
We are providing VR kits to community partners in the greater Seattle area who would like to offer Our Future Duwamish to their members.
Each VR Kit includes a Quest 2 headset with Our Future Duwamish installed, instructions for its use, and a hard copy of the booklet.
Due to COVID 19 restrictions, VR headset are not available to the general public at this time. If you are a community partner interested in obtaining a VR kit, please submit the following form.
Request a Kit
Our Future Duwamish Booklet
We have created this booklet as part of the Our Future Duwamish VR Experience at The Seattle Public Library, in partnership with the University of Washington, Seattle Public Utilities and the University of Minnesota.
Explore a few community organizations and entities that have worked to support climate resilience in King County, and beyond. Get involved today!
- City of Seattle Climate Preparedness Strategy
- City of Seattle’s Duwamish Valley Action Plan
- City of Seattle - Office of Sustainability and Environment - Vehicle electrification, GHG emissions reduction
- DIRT (Duwamish Infrastructure Restoration Training) Corps
- Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition
- Duwamish Valley Youth Corps
- Got Green
- Juntos, Si Podemos Cuidar Nuestro Río Duwamish
- King County Strategic Climate Action Plan
- Lower Duwamish Waterway Cleanup Roundtable
- Puget Soundkeeper Alliance
- Puget Sound Sage
- Seattle Public Utilities - Stormwater management, waste prevention and drinking water
- University of Washington Climate Impacts Group
- University of Washington EarthLab