Join the Clackamas River Basin Council to plant native trees and shrubs along Trillium Creek in Damascus. Trillium Creek feeds into Rock Creek, an important tributary to the Clackamas River, and provides critical habitat for many sensitive species of plants, fish and wildlife including anadromous species such as salmon. By creating a healthy riparian zone along Trillium Creek we can minimize sedimentation and reduce water temperatures to restore this habitat.
Sign-up for an event by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or registering online at www.clackamasriver.org/native. These are family-friendly events. Children are welcome if accompanied by an adult, though activities are most appropriate for ages 5 and up! Youth 13 to 18 will need to provide a waiver signed by a parent before work begins. We will e-mail a waiver to volunteers under 18 when you register for the event. For more information call: 503-303-4372 ext. 101.
In partnership with Water Environment Services.