Take Highway 126 to Florence, Oregon. Turn right, Highway 101 North bound. Travel approximately 21.6 miles to Neptune State Park. Since the tide is in we will be picking up trash around the park, on either side of the creek and north of the creek along the beach this time. Meet at ten and we will be finished at two. Bring warm clothes, boots, snacks, and warm flluids! Cleanup bags, ID vests, provided. Garbage pickup provided by Oregon State Parks employees. See the link below.
Join volunteers for this monthly Second Saturday Cleanup in Northwest Portland. Pick up litter from NW Vaughn to Raleigh, NW 22nd to 26th.
Coffee/tea and pastries hosted by Food Front on their front terrace.
Please come dressed for the weather.
Meet at: NW 23rd Place and NW Thurman St. Portland, OR
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CALLING ALL MEDFORD PARKS AND GREENWAY CLEANUP VOLUNTEERS!
Join us at a Medford Park from 9 AM - 12 PM!
Please join us for these events that mean so much to our City’s keeping our rivers and streams clean and healthy. Your continuing efforts are appreciated!
You will be given further details by contacting Michael by email or phone.
Please join us in restoring the native habitat of this beautiful neighborhood park.
We provide snacks, tools, gloves, and water (although we encouage you to bring your own water container to reduce waste).
We have a beautiful creek running through the park that is overgrown with blackberries and ivy. Our goal is to restore the creek and surrounding spaces for wildlife and human enjoyment.
Please dress for the weather and wear sturdy shoes!
Meet at Sahallie Illahee Park, West Linn - map
WHAT: Critical blackberry removal project! The Leach Garden Friends, Wisdom of the Elders, the Blueprint Foundation, and JCWC are teaming up with students from David Douglas High School and community volunteers over the next several years to begin native restoration on this “Back 5” acres of the property. This event supports the work that needs to be done to the area. Check out this article for more details!
WHAT TO BRING: Our events are rain or shine! Please dress for the weather: warm and rain layers, sturdy shoes, and feel free to bring a water bottle or coffee mug to fill up. We will provide snacks, beverages, tools and training.
WHO: Everyone is welcome-if you are under 18 and are planning to attend without a parent or guardian, your parent will need to sign a waiver which you will bring with you to the event. Contact email@example.com to get this waiver!
Not all volunteer positions are non-native plant removal jobs! We have jobs for multiple abilities. Typical jobs include: Helping people sign in at the registration table, photography/videography, and litter pick-up are typically other options.
WHERE: Leach Botanical Garden
6704 SE 122nd Ave, Portland, OR 97236
Click here Trimet to map your route. Leach Botanical Garden is located 1.5 miles east of the Lents/SE Foster Rd. Green Line MAX Station. If you take public transit to the event we can give you HOP passes in reimbursement!
Use Creekside parking lot only. **
Parking will be limited due to Upper Garden development.
Use Manor House driveway for Disabled Permit Parking only.
The Claybourne parking lot is closed due to Upper Garden development.
**Creekside Parking Lot: Follow SE 122nd Avenue across the NEW SE 122nd Avenue Bridge to Creekside parking lot on the right, just after the bridge.
Conveniently located just south of the Springwater Corridor Bike Route (East/West) on 122nd Ave. A main North/South arterial is the I-205 Multi-Use Path.
Big thank you to our partners The Blueprint Foundation, Wisdom of The Elders and The Leach Garden Friends. We also want to recognize The Mintkeski Family Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation, and Portland General Electric for their generous funding of the volunteer program.
Register Here! Tools, gear, and snacks will be provided.
Join SOLVE in our mission to bring Oregonians together to build a legacy of stewardship.
Friends and neighbors will come together to clean up the Sullivan's Gulch Neighborhood.
We will start at a small park that has no name (directions below), and then spread out collecting any litter we find. Our hard work will keep harmful litter out of our waterways, protecting wildlife and improving water quality.
Whats Provided: All cleanup supplies will be provided.
Be Prepared: Please bring a filled reusable water bottle, come dressed for the weather, and wear closed-toed shoes.
When: Cleanup runs from 10am to 12pm. Please arrive at 9:45 for check in.
Meeting Location: Meet at the unnamed park at the corner of NE Weidler St. and 28th Ave. Map link below.