Englewood Park Habitat Restoration

Englewood Park is an historic 7 acre Lord & Schryver woodland park with over 200 mature trees. Many are part of a native remnant forest which existed before the pioneers. We will begin by removing invasive species. Eventually native plants will be added to create wildlife habitat. The park is home to Cooper's hawks, White breasted nut hatches and Brown creepers. This is the beginning of a project to build community participation and support environmental education in maintaining the park.

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  • When

    Saturday, 11/18/2017
    9:00 AM-12:00 PM

  • Where

    Englewood Park - Salem
    Englewood Park.

  • Directions

    From I-5 take the Market St. exit, # 256. Drive 1 mile west on Market St and turn left on 19th Street NE. The 7 acre park is two blocks south of Market St.

  • Meeting Spot

    Parking Instructions: On street parking is available on 19th St NE, 21 St NE or in the parking lot behind Englewood School on 20th St NE. Volunteer meeting place: Meet on the east side of Englewood Park, adjacent to the park path in the back of the park. Look for our canopy.

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  • Minimum age


  • If available please bring

  • Coordinator

    Lynn Takata

  • Registration Questions

    Kaleen Boyle
    503-844-9571 x332
    or 800-333-7658 x332