Now that volunteers have helped us locate the invasive knotweed, we need your help to eliminate it! You must be able to navigate over uneven terrain and through thick vegetation and be willing to inject plants with herbicide. Please note that this is a very physically demanding activity and may require walking in the stream and over steep terrain. Long sleeves and pants are required. Training, tools, and gloves provided at all events. Please wear sturdy, closed-toed shoes – rainboots… Find out more ›
Looking for a fun and engaging way to give back to the community? Sign up to become a Stream Steward and learn all about stream restoration, riparian habitat and more, all while doing meaningful volunteer work. More information about this free, seven-week course can be found at www.streamstewards.net. Find out more ›
Do you have what it takes to be a leader? Clark Public Utilities StreamTeam will be training leaders to coordinate a group of planting volunteers during events. The team leader will demonstrate how to plant trees at our Make a Difference Day Celebration (October 26 or Earth Day Fest (April 18) while educating volunteers and fostering a safe and enjoyable environment. Equipment, morning refreshments, and lunch will be provided. Find out more ›
This annual event brings hundreds of volunteers together to plant native trees and remove invasive weeds.
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Join us for Earth Day on Saturday, April 20th at the Salmon Creek Greenway. Find out more ›