News & Events from the Intertwine
Friends of Trees is working in partnership with the Tualatin River Watershed Council to help restore the Bonita natural area to a diverse and healthy riparian forest ecosystem.
Ready to get outside? Interested in planting trees with your community? Join Friends of Trees as we plant trees and plants at Errol Heights Park!
Friends of Trees is excited to continue our partnership this season with the City of Beaverton and Clean Water Services. This planting is part of the Tree For All campaign which has planted over three million native plants in the Tualatin River Watershed in the past decade!
Join us for the first of two plantings this season in partnership with the City of Hillsboro and Clean Water Services at Jackson Bottom Wetlands preserve.
If working with trees and connecting communities are two things that excite you, the Crew Leader volunteer role could be a great fit for you!
Design your own tee-shirt, handkerchief or other cloth item with wild animal tracks!
This workshop provides a quick overview of mason bees and their most common pest, the Krombein mite (also known as the pollen mite). Attendees are encouraged to bring in their mason bee nesting devices to work on extracting the cocoons and cleaning them with a dry sand process. Mason bee nestin
Learn how to identify the most common species of ducks, geese & swans as they arrive to spend the winter here. An indoor session is followed by a field trip onto the Preserve with binoculars and field guides (provided) and a spotting scope.
Experiment with making string by hand from plants growing wild in our area, then work on creating a small string basket pouch (small enough to wear as a necklace). Be ready to work your brain and fingers as you learn the techniques to make string into a functional and beautiful form.
Interested in the animals that live on Mt Hood? Love to snowshoe? Join the Wolverine Tracking Project and help search for rare carnivores and other wildlife on Mt Hood. Develop animal tracking skills, enjoy group trips in a winter wonderland, and help increase knowledge of rare wildlife.