¡EXPLORANDO EL COLUMBIA SLOUGH!

¡Ven a celebrar la naturaleza! Ofrecemos actividades en español e inglés para todas las edades incluyendo: -Bailes folclóricos y música -Plantas gratuitas y consejos para la jardinería -Animales vivos -20+ grupos comunitarios -Carritos de comida -Una búsqueda del tosoro -Viajes guiados gratuitos...

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Volunteer Coordinator position

Position: Volunteer Coordinator Compensation: $40,000-43,000 with benefits (medical/vision, dental, life ins; PTO,10 paid holidays, flexible schedule) Hours: 40 hours/week, full-time, evenings and weekends required Reports to: Executive Director Closing Date: June 20, 2019   Organization...

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Seeking volunteers to help monitor wildlife cameras on Mt Hood

Volunteers are needed to help with a long term survey of rare carnivores on Mt Hood. Help search for wolverine and wolves, study the distribution of rare montane red fox, and document other resident carnivores. Volunteers will be part of a group of 5-6 people that is responsible for a camera for...

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Pollinator Peace Park Cleanup

Join us for a community park beautification project as we prepare Peace Park for a refresh! This event will be the initial cleanup of the space in preparation for future park planning and replanting. Dress to do some yard work! Get to know your neighbors and help clean up an open space on the...

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Jobs: Sauvie Island Center

Sauvie Island Center is accepting applications for spring and summer interns and volunteer farm field trip leaders. Interns commit to one weekday per week for 10 weeks of spring field trips (April through June) plus one training day. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis but must be...

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GPSEN native tree planting with Friends of Trees!

Get a jump start on Earth Week and help build native tree canopy and wildlife habitat in the company of other GPSEN folk. Bring yourself and your friends or loved ones for this hands-on planting with veteran FoT crew leader Conan Harmon-Walker and GPSEN senior adviser Lin Harmon-Walker. If you’ve...

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Watershed Wide: Restoration Extreme

The Johnson Creek Watershed Council’s 21st Annual Watershed Wide: Restoration Extreme!   Johnson Creek is urban, but it is home to a variety of wildlife, including threatened and endangered salmon. We will be working at ten locations along the 26-mile watershed in an effort to revitalize and...

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Placemaking Info Sessions

Do you see the street intersection paintings around town, benches made of earth, or food forests? Applications are live if you want our help to install these projects for 2019 and below are dates for info sessions if you have questions and interest to do placemaking projects in your community or...

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Learn animal tracking while searching for rare carnivores on Mt Hood

Wolverine Tracking Project Interested in the animals that live on Mt Hood? Love to snowshoe? Learn to read footprints in the snow while helping with a long term survey of rare carnivores on Mt Hood. Search for wolverine and wolves, study the distribution of rare montane red fox, and document other...

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Permaculture Garden Workparty

City Repair supports many communities designing, installing, and maintaining landscapes from parking strips to food forests using permaculture principles and ethics. At this workparty, we will be working on a community site acting as a nursery for plants that will be donated out. We will be...

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