Can't make it to the Spring Oregon Beach Cleanup, but still want to help out? Need service hours? SOLVE is seeking volunteers from the Portland-metro area to help prep beach cleanup supplies for the March 24th event!
Tasks will include laminating directional signs, prepping Beach Captain packets, and putting together supply orders (bags, gloves, etc). SOLVE will provide snacks and refreshments. Volunteers will also receive SOLVE swag for helping out!
Sign up today, or contact Joy Hawkins - email@example.com, 503-844-9571 x317 - if you have any questions.
Volunteers will meet at the SOLVE office at: 2000 SW 1st Ave, Suite 400, Portland
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Come join us for a lunch break litter cleanup! Coffee and snacks to follow. We'll be convening at Ruby Receptionists before setting out downtown!
All cleanup supplies provided, please dress for the weather.
Meet at 805 SW Broadway Ste. 900
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Join the Friends of Woods Park every 4th Saturday in removing invasive non-native species, including English ivy, clematis, and Himalayan blackberry. Native plantings and trail work are done on a seasonal basis.
Tools, gloves and snacks provided. Please dress for the weather, wear sturdy, closed toed shoes and bring a water bottle.
This is a family-friendly event and all ages are welcome but children must be supervised by an adult.
For more info, contact Mary at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-823-9423. Activities include: Invasive Plant Removal.
Meet at SW 48th Ave and SW Marigold St. Portland
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Join volunteers for this monthly 4th Saturday Cleanup in Northwest Portland starting at the Northwest Portland International Hostel. Coffee and snacks provided by the Hostel Cafe.
Volunteers should come prepared to work rain or shine, please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes.
Activities include: Litter Cleanup.
Make a difference while having fun and exploring Burnt Bridge Creek. Help plant trees to benefit the local habitat of the creek and the wildlife that call it home. All ages and abilities welcome. Fun for groups, families and individuals. Pre-registration is required and space is limited.
We provide: Tools, gloves, hot cocoa, coffee and snacks. What to bring: Water bottle, snack, extra clothing and shoes for the ride home, and camera or binoculars if desired.
What to wear: Dress for the weather; clothes may get wet and muddy. Long sleeves, pants, rain gear and sturdy shoes or boots are recommended.
What to expect: Estuary Partnership staff will check in volunteers in the main parking lot, distribute gloves and tools. A staff member will demonstrate planting techniques and discuss safety. Volunteers will be planting for approximately 2 1/2 hours.
Join us on February 24th from 9 AM to 12 PM
Please register for this event directly with the Lower Columbia River Estuary Partnership by clicking here.
February 24, Saturday, 9–11a
Dig in and help plant native species and remove invasive species. Join Friends of Springbrook Park as they continue with restoration of this jewel of a park. There will be native species, shovels and supplies on site. Springbrook Park is behind the soccer field at Uplands Grade School. Look for directional signs for the planting site in the woods.
Parking: Uplands Grade School, 2055 Wembley Park Rd.
Contact: Doug McKean, 503-888-7592 or email@example.com