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.
Meet at the Hostel Cafe, 1810 NW Glisan St. Portland, OR - map
Activities include: Litter Cleanup.
Join PP&R and Friends of Woods volunteers to help maintain our natural areas by removing invasive plants. 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 email@example.com or 503-823-9423. Activities include: invasive plant removal
Meet at 9550 SW Wood Pkwy Portland
Google maps - https://goo.gl/maps/8y2mpo9kLJ42
No Ivy Day
October 27 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Indian Creek Natural Area (Outer SE Portland)
Join Johnson Creek Watershed Council, Portland Parks & Recreation and other community members to protect trees by clearing ivy from around them at this little Natural Area through which Indian Creek runs on its way to Johnson Creek. Everyone welcome! Instruction, tools, gloves, water, coffee/tea, snacks and on-site portable toilet provided. Wear long-sleeved shirts, thick pants and sturdy boots. Terrain is hilly and uneven in places. Children welcome, and must be accompanied by an attentive adult.
Meet at: Knapp Falls on SE Knapp St, ¼ mile east of Mt. Scott Blvd.
Tri-met: Bus #19 (I-205 Overpass stop) or Green line MAX (Flavel stop). Pass under the I-205 Overpass, then walk southeast 200 feet on Mt. Scott Blvd. (Flavel becomes Mt. Scott Blvd. as you walk east), then east on SE Knapp for ¼ mile. Indian Creek is on your right.
RSVP HERE: http://weblink.donorperfect.com/volunteer_noivy_indiancreek
Help remove ivy and blackberry in preparation for planting native plants next year. Englewood Park is an historic wooded park in Salem with over 200 Douglas fir and Oregon white oak trees, some that predate the pioneers. It is the first park purchased by the City of Salem in 1926. Learn about our native forest and be part of creating a beautiful habitat for birds and pollinators in Northeast Salem's park influenced by Lord & Schryver, renown female landscape architects.
Come join us to install a whole bunch of native plants at Mt. Hood Community College! No experience is necessary -- we will be planting over 300 plants in the areas we depaved in May. The event will happen rain or shine, and snacks, gloves, and planting tools will be provided. This is a kid friendly event, so bring your family! See the above link for "tickets" for more info and to RSVP. Costumes encouraged!
Meet at 26000 SE Stark St. Gresham, OR - map
We will be cleaning up trash along the trail and cleaning bird nesting boxes and replacing damaged boxes. We will also be spreading more wood chips on the Ken Hay Trail. We will also be removing invasive weeds.
Meet at Lake Ewauna Nature Trail, 205 Riverside Dr. Klamath Falls, OR - map