Come join us to help keep downtown clean and trash out of our rivers! We'll be meeting on the 9th floor of the Fox Tower in the Ruby Receptionists lobby. We typically tackle parts of Broadway, Park, Taylor, and Yamhill in our cleanup.
Meet at Ruby Receptionists, Fox Tower, 805 SW Broadway Ste. 900 Portland, OR - Map
Bear Creek Greenway Volunteers Needed!
Join us in Talent on June 20th, from 8:30 am to 11:30 am. We will be meeting at Wranglers Arena, just North of Exit 19, off S Pacific Hwy and Talent Ave. We need as many of you as possible to cover the Greenway from W Valley View Road to S Valley View Road.
Please join us for these events that are imperative to the Bear Creek Greenway and keeping our rivers and streams clean and healthy. Your continuing efforts are appreciated!
It is important to dress appropriately with long pants and closed toe shoes. You may want to dress in layers as it can be cool in the morning and quickly warm up. Nitrile gloves and pickers are provided, but if you would like a thicker gardening type glove you must provide it.
For more information or to be added to our email list for future events please call or email Brooke Amposta.
Office: (541) 774-6242
Cell: (541) 621-1651
Community weed pull event in Sisters, Oregon on June 22, 8:30-12, followed by light refreshments and prizes.
Participants will meet at Sisters City Hall and then select from several local weed sites. Each site will have a team lead to provide identification help. Participants can regroup at City Hall at 12 pm for a celebration, light refreshments, and prizes.
Please bring work gloves, long-sleeved shirts, and sturdy shoes or boots. Some gloves and digging tools will be available to borrow if needed, but participants are encouraged to bring their own if possible. Bags will be provided.
5th Annual Clean Up the Mountain Event To Be Held on June 22, 2019
The Yamhill County Sheriff’s Office, in cooperation with the BLM (Bureau of Land Management) and SOLVE (Stop Oregon Litter and Vandalism) invites the public to come help clean up public lands at the 5th Annual Bald Mountain Forest Clean-up event on Saturday, June 22rd, 2019. We ask you to meet at the Sheridan Peak kiosk on Bald Mountain Road at 8:30 a.m., to pick up trash large and small. We will be serving BBQ Hot Dogs, chips and water for all the volunteers beginning at 11:00 a.m.
Volunteers should wear a long sleeve shirt, long pants, work gloves and sturdy shoes or work boots. Bring rain gear, just in case! Come get your hands dirty, meet some wonderful people and help keep our forests clean!
Since 2015, volunteers have removed over 25 tons of garbage and over 180 tires from the forest. Although a large amount of garbage has been removed over the last four years, dump sites in the forest continue to be a major issue. Please join us for this year’s event!
Unsightly garbage is harmful to plants and animals. It can pollute water sources and promote the growth of noxious weeds. Dumping on private forest lands has resulted in many land owners closing their lands to public access. Make a difference and join us on June 22rd!