Tualatin Riverkeepers has volunteer opportunities in Restoration, Advocacy, Recreation and Education.  To keep abreast of the latest opportunities, sign up for our volunteer opportunities our e-mail list.

Current Volunteer Opportunities

 

  • Volunteer: BECOME A VOLUNTEER NATURALIST

    Tigard & Hillsboro, OR, US –  From www.tualatinriverkeepers.org

    Tualatin Riverkeepers rely on a dedicated and knowledgeable team of volunteers to facilitate field trip programs. Each year a new group of enthusiastic volunteers goes through Naturalist Training which prepares them and to lead outdoor lessons and activates at Dirksen Nature Park, in Tigard and Tualatin River Farm near Hillsboro.

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    Volunteer: BECOME A VOLUNTEER PADDLE TRIP ASSISTANT

    Tualatin, OR, US –  From www.volunteermatch.org

    Tualatin Riverkeepers builds watershed stewardship through public education, public access to nature, restoration and advocacy.  Tualatin Riverkeepers volunteers host monthly guided paddle trips from May through October. Help TRK introduce new paddlers to the Tualatin River. Become a paddle trip assistant.

     

 

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    Volunteer: Native Tree Planting at Cook Park in Tigard

    Tigard, OR, US – February 13, 2016 From www.volunteermatch.org

    Tualatin Riverkeepers builds watershed stewardship through public education, public access to nature, restoration and advocacy. On Feb 13th we will be planting native plants at Cook park with volunteers and the non profit Friends of the Trees. This is related to the Metro Nature in the Neighborhoods grant.

     

     

  • Volunteer: Native Tree Planting at Woodhaven Park in SherwoodBoyTreePotsCookPkSmall

    Tigard, OR, US – February 27, 2016 From www.volunteermatch.org

    Tualatin Riverkeepers builds watershed stewardship through public education, public access to nature, restoration and advocacy. On Feb 27th we will be planting native plants at Woodhaven Park with volunteers and the non profit Friends of the Trees.