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We're powered by members, donors, supporters, and volunteers - people like you who make our work possible. Join us today to help continue to protect, restore, and enjoy the Tualatin River watershed. We can't do what we do without you!

If you missed our 2023 volunteer orientation sessions, a recording is linked at the bottom of this page!


Volunteer paddle trip leaders and volunteers are the heart of Tualatin Riverkeepers River Experiences. Our volunteers use their paddling skills and passion for the river to inspire others to enjoy recreational and educational opportunities in our watershed. Learn how to become a Paddle Volunteer.


Stewardship volunteers and restoration crew leaders have the opportunity to protect and restore our watershed by participating in habitat restoration or river cleanup events located along the Tualatin River. We work throughout the watershed in partnership with local municipalities and organizations to target areas along the river that see the most impact or will be the most vital in building a resilient and healthy watershed. Learn how to become a Stewardship Volunteer.


The Watershed Watch Committee consists of a team of experts, specializing in a wide range of areas, that support and guide our advocacy efforts. The Committee meets once a quarter, and also engages in individual discussions with Tualatin Riverkeepers’ Riverkeeper & Staff Attorney as needed. Examples of existing committee members include a city planner, ecologist, engineer, and forester. Email Riverkeeper and Staff Attorney Victoria at if you are interested in this opportunity!


Tualatin Riverkeepers represents so much more than the Tualatin River. Our work helps protect drinking water for nearly ½ million people in Washington County. Our Riverkeeper Ambassadors represent Tualatin Riverkeepers at events throughout the watershed, from public events such as volunteer fairs and Farmer’s Markets to some of our own events. Ambassadors will be equipped with a TRK bin with everything necessary to represent the organization at any of one of these exciting community events. All you need is a passion for our work, and a desire to engage with residents of the watershed. Email if you are interested in this opportunity!


The collective skills of our members are what move us forward. If you're interested in other volunteer opportunities that you don't see listed, please fill out our Volunteer Interest Form to share what you can do or what new skills you'd like to build. After you fill out the form, feel free to reach out to so we can best match your skills with upcoming volunteer opportunities.

You can view a recording of our volunteer orientation presentation HERE!