Stewardship Volunteers

Ready to get out in the Tualatin River watershed and make it more climate-resilient?

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 and planting and mulching to river and land-based trash cleanups. Many of these events are hosted in collaboration with our community partners who share a similar commitment to protecting and restoring healthy natural habitats in the face of impending climate change effects.. We hope you find something that is just right for you among this variety of opportunities.

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.

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

Restore the Natural Areas along the Fanno Creek Trail
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