• This event is open to people with disabilities who have the ability to sit in a kayak or canoe with minimal support. Disabled veterans are encouraged to attend. August 20, 2016 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Cook Park, Tigard Cost:  $20 per person To register for the event, contact Margot Fervia-Neamtzu at 503-218-2580 or email […]

  • Join Tualatin Riverkeepers and Mark Jockers of Clean Water Services for a discussion of water reuse. The same water we drink, flush and wash down the drain today has been around for billions of years. Whether it comes from a river, lake or melting snowpack, our water is part of a closed system—one water. Clean […]

  •   Rent Canoes & Kayaks Friday-Sunday Note: Cook Park Canoe & Kayak Rentals will be closed June 24-26 for the Tigard Balloon Festival.  We will be open on the Fourth of July Weekend Friday-Monday. Tualatin Riverkeepers (TRK) are  renting canoes and kayaks Fri – Sun from the boat ramp at Cook Park, 17005 SW 92nd […]

  • Learn what the ice age, ancient volcanoes, and the Cascade Subduction Zone have to do with where and how we should do development on slopes in the Tualatin Basin. Geologist Scott Burns of PSU will explain what fragipan and loess has to do with stormwater management and preventing landslides on Bull Mountain, Cooper Mountain and […]

  • Celebrate our 27th Tualatin River Discovery Day! Help Tualatin Riverkeepers mark another major milestone and join us for a paddle trip down the beautiful Tualatin River. This self-guided 2.6 mile paddle hosted by Tualatin Riverkeepers includes a guidebook highlighting wildlife and history specific to this section of the river. The trip will launch at the 99W […]

  • TRK is pleased to host author Ken Bilderbak, who will be sharing stories from his forthcoming book, Wapato Lake: Oregon History as Viewed From a Swamp. Wapato Lake was the historical winter home of the Atfalati band of the Kalapuyan people, and a gathering area for food.  Broken promises by the federal government were involved in […]

  • Help restore the natural landscape by planting native trees and shrubs with Tualatin Riverkeepers and Friends of Trees. We provide the tools, gloves, drinks and donuts. FREE! Click here to RSVP.

  •   Through Amazon Smile  0.5% of your purchases on will go to support Tualatin Riverkeepers efforts to protect and restore our river, creeks and wetlands.