Restoration Work Party

Are you looking to get your hands dirty for Earth Day? Come out to the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge to help restore habitat for Native Wildlife. We will remove invasive plant species, protective tree tubes from young trees that have outgrown them, and litter around the refuge. Please wear sturdy shoes and pants as there will be uneven terrain and thorny plants such as Blackberry. Activities include: Invasive Plant Removal, Litter Cleanup, Maintenance & Monitoring.


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  • When

    Saturday, 04/22/2017
    8:45 AM-12:30 PM

  • Where

    Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge
    19255 SW Pacific Hwy.
    Sherwood

  • Directions

    From the North: Drive southbound on Highway 99W and continue through the town of King City. Approximately .7 miles beyond the Cipole Rd traffic light, turn right into the refuge. Look for brown highway guide signs. From the South: Drive northbound on Highway 99W, approximately 1 mile north of Tualatin-Sherwood Road. Look for brown highway guide signs directing you to make a U-turn in order to enter into the refuge.

  • Meeting Spot

    Parking is limited at the refuge, so please carpool if possible. Meet near flag pole outside of office

  • Safety issues

    None, Uneven or Slippery Ground, Thorny Plants

  • Minimum age

    10

  • If available please bring

  • Coordinator

    Sarah Williams
    Sarah_Williams@fws.gov
    503-625-5944 x

  • Registration Questions

    Kaleen Boyle
    503-844-9571 x332
    or 800-333-7658 x332
    kaleen@solveoregon.org