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Stewardship Volunteer Training with Tualatin Riverkeepers

A specific introduction to Tualatin Riverkeepers' Stewardship programs, tools & safety, and where we focus our restoration efforts.

Our work to create a climate-resilient watershed is not possible without our volunteers. We recognize that not everyone has equal access to the Tualatin River, so these trainings are part of our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion regardless of skill level or access.

Welcome to Part II of our volunteer series! You joined us for Volunteer Orientation and decided that you would like to become a land-based watershed steward. Before joining us for your first event, you'll want to watch this training so you can easily obtain the stewardship skills necessary to effectively care for the Tualatin River watershed. In this session, you'll learn about our stewardship programs, basic tools & safety knowledge, and where we are focusing our restoration efforts.

It's been over two years since we've had a robust stewardship program, so even if you've volunteered with us before, we highly recommend you attend this session. If this is the first year you've volunteered with us, don't fret! We provide these introductory sessions to welcome you into the Tualatin Riverkeepers family and demonstrate that we offer stewardship opportunities for all ages and skill levels.

Registering for this event will reserve a spot on Thursday, July 14th, 2022 at 7:00 PM. While orientation is free, we require registration to distribute online attendance information. This training will occur via Zoom.

If you have questions about stewardship or our training program, please email our Stewardship Program Coordinator, Brittany Leffel, at

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