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Events

Check out all the different types of events we have to offer! We aim to offer opportunities for people of all ages, of varying experiences and backgrounds, and with the goal that you will walk away with more appreciation of the Tualatin River and the natural resources within the watershed.

We try to keep all our events at a fair cost or free to the public. If price is an issue please contact us and we can work to find a resolution. We want everyone to be able to participate in our activities and discover what the Tualatin River watershed has to offer.

October 4th, 2022
07
Oct
Put Down Roots in Tualatin, Nyberg Creek
Spend some time in one of Tualatin's nature parks removing invasive Himalayan blackberry and English ivy. Enjoy a walk along Nyberg Creek and make a...
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08
Oct
Autumn Colors Paddle
Paddle with Tualatin Riverkeepers into the surrounding reds, oranges, and yellows of our leafy trees as we listening for crickets, falling leaves and...
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08
Oct
Tualatin River Paddle Challenge
What is the Paddle Challenge? From June 4th to September 5th (now extended through October 8th!), the Tualatin River Paddle Challenge will encourage you...
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09
Oct
Fields Bridge Park Work Party
Pease join us in removing invasive plant species and weeds to beautify Field Bridge Park and improve habitat for native plants and wildlife with our...
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19
Oct
Pint-Sized Science
Tualatin Riverkeepers hosts Pint-Sized Science, a speaker series featuring innovative science and natural climate solutions being used right here in...
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22
Oct
Wapato Lake National Wildlife Refuge Fall Planting
Tualatin Riverkeepers is joining Friends of Trees for this valuable opportunity to provide hands-on restoration at Wapato Lake National Wildlife Refuge...
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05
Nov
Fanno Creek Greenway Planting
Plant native trees, shrubs, and wildflowers along Fanno Creek Greenway! This is a 3-acre parcel of land along Fanno Creek, which is an urban stream that...
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12
Nov
Wapato Lake National Wildlife Refuge Fall Planting
Tualatin Riverkeepers is joining Friends of Trees for this valuable opportunity to provide hands-on restoration at Wapato Lake National Wildlife Refuge...
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12
Nov
Put Down Roots in Tualatin, Tualatin Community Park
It's all about planting hundreds of pollinator-friendly trees, shrubs and flowers. Tualatin Riverkeepers will be partnering with the City of Tualatin and...
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13
Nov
Fields Bridge Park Work Party
Please join us in planting over 150 new native plants in the area previously cleared of invasives earlier this year with our partners, SOLVE and the City of...
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