Tualatin Riverkeepers has received grant funding to coordinate habitat restoration work at several locations including Dirksen Nature Park, Cook Park and the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge. Volunteers are an important part of our restoration program. If you or your group would like to help out by removing invasive plants or planting trees on our restoration sites, contact Mike Skuja at email@example.com.
Partners throughout the Tualatin River Basin will be planting more that 1 million trees yearly to give a home for wildlife and help keep our streams cool. There are volunteer opportunities almost every weekend in the fall, winter and spring. Check out the Tree for All webpage for current opportunities.