Tryon Creek Watershed Wide Event

  • 16 Mar 2019
  • 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • 9727 SW Terwilliger Blvd, Portland OR 97219
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  • Volunteer to work to restore Tryon Creek Watershed 3/16 8:30-noon

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10th Annual Watershed Wide Event with Tryon Creek Watershed Council
Join us in caring for this important urban habitat on a super-fun day full of celebration and restoration! Meet at Riverdale High School (9727 SW Terwilliger Blvd, Portland OR 97219) at the Gym Lobby for breakfast, celebration, and to form work parties:

  • 8:30 – 9:00 – Registration & Breakfast Snacks and Coffee
  • 9:00 – 9:15 – Celebration!
  • 9:15 – Find your site leaders, disperse to sites via carpool or hike
  • 9:45 – 12:00 – Work parties! Wrap up by noon!

Please dress for the weather (we’ll work rain or shine!), wear close-toed shoes, bring a water bottle, and be ready to get dirty! The event is family friendly and all ages are welcome to participate; however, children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult for the duration of the event. Volunteers will work at various project sites throughout the watershed, each of which will have a site leader to guide your work. Please feel welcome to reach out to our Program Coordinator, Alexis, at with any questions!

Work Party Locations:
Boonesferry Terrace HOA
Volunteers have been vigorously restoring this special acre of forested land for six years. One result of ongoing volunteer effort and support from WMSWCD and TCWC is the wildlife that has returned. A trail was established a few years ago for visitors to enjoy a short walk through the site in any season. Come be a part of restoring this space!

Lewis & Clark College
Come help protect a well-loved natural area surrounding the Lewis & CLark Law Campus Walkway that connects the Collins View/Burlingame neighborhoods with Tryon Creek State Natural Area.

Jackson Middle School
Join SWNI’s Watershed Resource Center at Jackson Middle School to tend to the natural spaces surround this community-loved pathway.

Marshall Park
Help continue restoration efforts in Marshall Park by removing ivy and planting new native trees and shrubs. This is a unique and beautiful natural area that helps to protect Tryon Creek and charming Owl Creek.

Tryon Creek State Natural Area
Join in with Friends of Tryon Creek’s Eco-Crew, for community-led park stewardship. Kids are welcome to join: there will be a 2-mile hike and work will be off-trail in uneven terrain – not to difficult, so families are always welcome to attend. 

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