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Tidy Up Hillsboro ~ Litter Patrol 2/28 Morning Event

Join us on this day to celebrate community building through service! We will be engaging in a variety of activities including litter and graffiti removal, and some light landscaping including weeding and pruning. We will be meeting at 409 E Main St, under the awning of the closed bank building. Free parking is available in the parking lot on 4th and Main. Please come prepared by wearing sturdy shoes, dressing appropriately for the weather, and wearing your mask to ensure the safety of all volunteers. We will prvoide sanitizing wipes and hand sanitizer as well as clean gloves and safety vests.

Hillsboro, OR

2/28/21 8:00 AM

Tidy Up Hillsboro ~ Litter Patrol 2/28 Afternoon Event

Join us on this day to celebrate community building through service! We will be engaging in a variety of activities including litter and graffiti removal, and some light landscaping including weeding and pruning. We will be meeting at 409 E Main St, under the awning of the closed bank building. Free parking is available in the parking lot on 4th and Main. Please come prepared by wearing sturdy shoes, dressing appropriately for the weather, and wearing your mask to ensure the safety of all volunteers. We will prvoide sanitizing wipes and hand sanitizer as well as clean gloves and safety vests.

Hillsboro, OR

2/28/21 12:00 PM

March Beach Clean Up at North Tillicum Beach.

Oregon Adopt-A-Beach: Tillicum Beach | We welcome you to come and enjoy a wonderful day Cleaning up the Beach. Starting at Tillicum Beach Day Use Area making are way North on the Oregon Coast Trail 1 mile to Beachside campground and back to Tillicum Beach. See you soon With Covid 19 we must stay safe and obey by all CDC and Oregon State mandated rules. https://cdn0.handsonconnect.org/000004/images/Volunteer%20Safety%20Guidelines%20(5).png *NOTE: Please stay home if you are feeling sick or if you have been exposed to anyone who is feeling sick. *Face masks are also required and social distancing (6' of space between people not in your household). Be prepared by dressing for any weather, wearing sturdy shoes, rubber boots are a good we have a creek to cross. Due to COVID-19 restrictions and CDC Guidelines, and to help reduce plastic waste, you are encouraged to BYO (bring your own): ◘ Reusable bucket/bag ◘ Gloves ◘ Pickers ◘ Water bottle ◘ Hand sanitizer Don’t forget about the small stuff! The most commonly found items of trash found on Oregon's beaches are tiny bits of plastic and cigarette butts, which can be harmful to animal life and end up in our waterways. ◘ Bring an old colander to sift the sand for these items. Last but not least: ◘ Don't forget to bring snacks and your reusable water bottle ◘ Bring an old colander to sift the sand for these items. Last but not least: ◘ Don't forget to bring snacks and your reusable water bottle Please remember our ocean shores can be dangerous. ◘ Avoid logs in the water and marine mammals. ◘ Keep your distance from animals. ◘ Keep your eyes peeled for animals nesting and do not ddisturb them. ◘ Never turn your back on the ocean! ◘ Please keep dogs on a leash. ◘ Steer clear of roped/fenced off areas. ◘ If you find any hazardous material, DO NOT PICK IT UP! Alert your Event Captain immediately for proper disposal

Yachats, OR

3/2/21 11:00 AM

Central Eastside Industrial District Cleanup!

Join SOLVE, the Central Eastside Industrial Council, and community members for a litter cleanup in the Central Eastside Industrial District. Help keep our rivers and streets clean, enjoy some time outside and do something great for the city we love! Volunteers will check-in, gear up, and then spread out into the nearby streets. Please note that this event is a litter cleanup and will not include graffiti removal. When: Wednesday, March 3, 2021 Staggered Check-In: Event check-in will run from 8:45 AM to 9:30 AM. Arrive any time during this window. This will allow for a smaller crowd than checking in all at once. The event will run through 11:30 AM. Advanced Registration Required: Pre-registration is required! Please sign up (green button below) ahead of time so you can sign our electronic waiver to help avoid crowding during check-in.​ Meeting Location: Volunteers will meet in the parking lot on the south side of this address: 160 NE 6th Ave Portland, OR. The entrance is on the east side of 6th Ave, between NE Couch and NE Davis st. Look for SOLVE signs and the check-in table. MAP LINK What's Provided: Heavy-duty garbage bags, litter grabbers, safety vests, and rubber palm work gloves are provided for all participants. What to Bring: Please come wearing a face covering, closed-toed shoes, a backpack, snack, and a filled reusable water bottle. Feel free to bring the following items to help us reduce the number of disposable supplies we distribute: Reusable bag or 5-gallon bucket, garden or work gloves, litter grabber. Observe social distancing throughout the cleanup. Parking: Paid parking available along nearby streets. Bathrooms: There will be no public restrooms available during this event. Please plan accordingly. Accessibility: The check-in location will be in an area that is wheelchair accessible. The majority of the cleanup area is on city sidewalks that are wheelchair accessible. Contact: Contact dan@solveoregon.org with any registration questions.

Portland, OR

3/3/21 8:45 AM

Forest Park No Ivy League 3/3/21

Event Details: Join Portland Parks & Recreation's No Ivy League and SOLVE for a morning of planting and invasive species removal in Forest Park. Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own face coverings, gloves, hand sanitizer, water and snacks. Tools, gloves, and face coverings will be provided as needed. Volunteers will be required to wear face coverings throughout the event.Volunteers will take a short hike (up to 1 mile) to the site and will be working on uneven ground. Meeting location will be emailed once you are registered. Questions: Call or text Mary Verrilli at 503-823-8367 Here are a few tips to get you ready for your stewardship event. Registration is required for all stewardship events. Complete a health screening (brief online survey) before attending each event: https://c19oregon.com/  Please volunteer close to home or in your community. Stay home if you are experiencing symptoms of any contagious illness or have had recent contact with someone exhibiting symptoms of any illness. Bring a face covering to be worn at the event and maintain at least 6 feet physical distance from others. PP&R will provide face coverings for anyone who doesn’t have their own.    Volunteers are encouraged to bring their own gloves, water and snacks. PP&R will provide tools and gloves for anyone who does not have their own, and training for the days activity. In order to ensure your comfort and safety, please remember to dress for the weather, wear close-toed shoes, bring a water bottle, and be ready to get dirty! Unless otherwise noted, all events are family-friendly and all ages are welcome to participate. However, children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult for the duration of the event. We encourage you to attend events with members of your household/family! While groups are welcome to join many of our regularly scheduled stewardship events, please contact the event coordinator listed in the description before arriving with a large group. This will ensure that there are enough gloves and tools for everyone to work. We are also available to schedule special service events at your group's convenience during the week or on weekends. Learn more about programs for groups.

Portland, OR

3/3/21 9:00 AM

SOLVE / Detrash Portland - Springwater Trail Cleanup in SE Portland

Join SOLVE / DeTrash Portland and Portland Parks & Rec to help pick up trash on the Springwater Corridor Trail in SE Portlands. Picking up litter beautifies and supports safer public spaces and keeps trash out of nearby Johnson Creek. We will be meeting along the Springwater Corridor Trail at noon. After volunteers are signed-up, receive equipment, and hear a quick safety briefing, we will then branch out on the trail to collect trash until approximately 2 pm. Everyone welcome, and no experience necessary to attend these events! When: Thursday, March 4th Time: Noon to 2 pm. Advanced Registration: Space is limited and pre-registration is required! Please sign up (Green Button Below) ahead of time so we know how many volunteers to expect and to fill out the volunteer liability waiver form. Where to meet: Because space is limited, we are sharing the meet up location for this event with registered participants only. Once you register, you will recieve a confirmation email that tells you where the event will be held. Getting There: Walking/biking/taking Trimet to the event is encouraged. Parking: Free parking is available at the event. What's Provided: Heavy-duty garbage bags, litter grabbers, safety vests, and rubber palm work gloves are provided to all participants that need them. What to Bring: All volunteers must wear a MASK! Please also come wearing comfortable closed-toed shoes and your own pair of work gloves if you have them. We recommend bringing a filled reusable water bottle and if you are bringing anything else pack them in a backpack to keep your hands-free during events. Please also dress for the weather. Restrooms: There are restrooms available at this location as well. COVID - 19 Safety: Please note that volunteers will be asked to follow Covid-19 precautions: wear a face covering for the entire event, keep 6-foot distance from others not in your household, and sanitize your hands frequently. Youth Volunteers: Children are welcome if accompanied by an attentive adult. Youth volunteers ages 13-17 will have to have their guardian sign a separate youth waiver form if they are attending a SOLVE event without a guardian. Find the link to the youth waiver form here. Youth Waiver Form or here SOLVE | Volunteer Group Guide (solveoregon.org) Accessibility: The check-in station, and the majority of the cleanup area, will be on the Springwater trail, which is wheelchair accessible. Questions: Please message us if you have any questions. You can email Peter Brewer at peter@solveoregon.org or Susan Hawes from Portland Parks and Rec at susan.hawes@portlandoregon.gov Thank you and we hope to see you there!

Portland, OR

3/4/21 12:00 PM

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2000 SW 1st Ave
Suite 400
Portland, OR 97201
503.844.9571
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