Volunteers can directly improve water quality with their own hands by engaging in these native plantings events. For more information, contact Mike at mike@tualatinriverkeepers.org.

November 12, 2016 & February 25, 2017: Join us as we plant trees and shrubs at Sherwood’s Woodhaven Park from 9am to 12pm. We tend to average 1,000 plants in the ground so come with your energy! We will have coffee and donuts for all volunteers.

January 28, 2017: Have you ever wanted to lead crews tree planting? Come join TRK and partner Friends of Trees in Tualatin’s Brown’s Ferry Park for a Crew Leader Training from 9am to 3pm.
The training will focus on native plant identification and installation techniques, safety, and guiding the public through the tree planting process.

February 11, 2017: Help us to meet our goal of the public putting 52,000 plants in the ground at Tigard’s Cook Park from 9am to 12pm. We will also listen to Professor Judy Bluehorse-Skelton of PSU Indigenous Studies talk of Native American peoples and their role in restoring and healing the land over some delicious Douglas Fir tea.

March 18, 2017: Join us on the newest site on the Tualatin River Water Trail, Metro’s Farmington Road Boat Launch from 9am to 12pm. Help to restore the landscape of this future boat launch.