News & Events from the Intertwine
Come join Johnson Creek Watershed Council and the City of Gresham improve the health of Johnson Creek as we mulch hundreds of trees and shrubs!! Mulch helps suppress weed growth and is a great way to recycle organic matter!
Weeds - we all have them. Come learn about the most common garden and landscape weeds along with some of the other more notorious plant invaders of the region.
Join us for a day of fun and learning at Family Fun on the Farm. School is out for the day on 10/14 and you're invited to join us from 10 am to 1 pm. We'll explore the 16-acre Sauvie Island Organics farm and the grounds of Howell Territorial Park while learning about food, farming and the land.
The Imperial Sovereign Courts of Oregon (Portland, Salem, and Eugene), 3 non-profit organizations, coming together to do something amazing for our State. Looking to spend 3 hours cleaning up the beach. :)
Join local residents and business owners at this monthly cleanup between 60th and 80th on NE Glisan. We are hoping to create a stronger sense of community and support in the area while keeping litter away from wildlife out of our waterways. All cleanup supplies are provided!
Join the Weed Warrior effort to restore a healthy habitat at Mt. Tabor Park. The Weed Warrior Stewardship Coordinator and volunteer crew leaders will share their knowledge of the natural habitat, demonstrate how to remove non-native vegetation, and help keep us organized, safe and motivated!
Attention Oregon! Skip across the border for some SW Washington style restoration work! We will be focusing on the removal of invasive plant, shining geranium in a deforested area in the center of the woods at LeRoy Haagen Park.
Join the Friends of Woods Park every 4th Saturday in removing invasive non-native species, including English ivy, clematis, and Himalayan blackberry. Native plantings and trail work are done on a seasonal basis.Tools, gloves and snacks provided.
We are beautifying Vancouver's waterfront! This project will primarily involve picking up litter along the Columbia River east of the I-5 within the property of Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.
Families are welcome to help the Friends of Maddox Woods clean the trails and garden areas in the park. Make this a monthly tradition! All ages and ability levels are needed. We have tools and gloves and provide donated refreshments for all.