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Stewardship Volunteers

Hands-on Habitat Restoration Ensures a Healthy Tualatin River

Tualatin Riverkeepers would love to see you at one of the several stewardship events we host throughout the season. We offer a wide range of events that focus on habitat restoration like invasive species removal, native tree and shrub plantings and mulching to river cleanups alongside and in the river. Many of these events are hosted with other community-based groups and local governments because we can't create a climate-resilient watershed alone!

We recognize that not everyone has equal access to the Tualatin River or the outdoors, so we offer a series of volunteer and stewardship-specific training so you can easily obtain the stewardship skills necessary to effectively care for the Tualatin River watershed.

View our volunteer resource folder that has past volunteer training recordings and slideshows.

For any questions about Stewardship Volunteering, whether it be time commitments, expectations, or potential volunteer roles, please contact, Brittany Leffel at

2023 Volunteer Training to be announced soon! Sign-up for our newsletter or submit a volunteer interest form so you can be the first to know!

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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Saum Creek Trail Planting
Plant over 500 native trees and shrubs along Tualatin's newest trail. Saum Creek Trail runs along Saum Creek, a tributary of the nearby Tualatin River. WHAT...
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Lower Gales Creek Planting
Come out and help plant native trees and shrubs along Gales Creek near Pacific University. WHAT TO BRING: Plenty of water (if it's going to be hot, we will...
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Put Down Roots in Tualatin, Tualatin Community Park
Celebrate Arbor Day by planting trees! 800 native trees, shrubs and pollinator friendly flowers will be planted along Hedges Creek to improve forest...
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