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Photo Credit: Andy Bauer.
Children Observing Plant.
We want to connect with you!
Our work is not possible without the involvement and dedication of residents throughout Washington County. Below are several opportunities to engage and share information about conserving our shared waters and lands.
Attend a Workshop or Webinar
We offer a variety of free workshops and field days to connect you with the Tualatin River Watershed and to spread knowledge about simple practices to conserve natural resources in our backyards, community spaces, farmlands, forests, and waterways.
Sign Up for a Giveaway
We distribute educational materials and conservation tools to Washington County residents . Check out our featured giveaway and sign up to receive materials in the mail.
Attend a Board of Directors meeting
Our board meetings, committee meetings, and budget meetings are open to the public. We welcome you to join us to hear about our latest initiatives.
Get a sense for what members of the Board of Directors do.
Board meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month
Sitka Conference Room, 7175 NE Evergreen Parkway, Suite #400, Hillsboro, OR 97124.
- Agendas & Minutes
View agendas and minutes from previous board and committee meetings.
Come see us at a community event
You can find us at a variety of events throughout Washington County: farmers markets, neighborhood street fairs, annual celebrations, and more. Stop by our table to say hello – chances are we’ll have some fun stuff to send home with you!
Volunteer with one of our partner organizations
While we do not currently offer volunteer activities, we have many amazing partners that offer fun ways to connect with others and contribute to your community and the environment:
- Adelante Mujeres
Adelante Mujeres is a community organization focused on empowering Latinas to lead. Volunteer by offering your skills and passion in education, enterprise, and leadership within one of their many programs.Visit adelantemujeres.org/volunteer
Depave promotes the transformation of over-paved places, engaging and inspiring communities to reconnect landscapes to nature. Volunteer to help rip up concrete or monitor past project sites.Visit depave.org/volunteer/
- Friends of Trees
Friends of Trees inspires people to improve the natural world around them through a simple solution: planting trees, together. Volunteer to help plant and care for trees.Visit friendsoftrees.org/volunteer/
- Tualatin Riverkeepers
Tualatin Riverkeepers works to protect and restore the Tualatin River Watershed. Volunteer to be a paddle trip leader or help with community outreach.Visit tualatinriverkeepers.org/get-involved
- The Wetlands Conservancy
The Wetlands Conservancy is dedicated to protecting and conserving Oregon’s wetlands. Volunteer at preserve work parties, community events, or by collecting wildlife data at wetland sites.Visit wetlandsconservancy.org/volunteer-with-us