Pollinator Conservation Volunteers

Published

06/26/2018

Start Date

07/10/2018

Time Commitment

A few hours per month

Duration

Short-Term (few weeks/months)

Address

PO Box 894
Eugene
OR
97440
United States

Description

The Walama Restoration Project is looking for volunteers in Eugene, Oregon to help restore habitat for pollinators by hand removing invasive plants in prairie and wetland habitats. We provide instruction, gloves, and tools. No experience is necessary and all ages are welcome. Summer volunteer work parties will include 2 1/2 hours of light maintenance work, followed by a native plant and pollinator walk to practice our identification skills. We will also be giving away free t-shirts and refreshments for all participants! 


Work parties will be held at the following days and times:


Tuesday, July 10th from 9am to 12pm

Saturday, July 28th from 12pm to 3pm

Tuesday, August 7th from 9am to 12pm

Saturday August 18th from 12pm to 3pm


Volunteers should plan to meet at our restoration site on the east side of Alton Baker Park in Whilamut Natural Area, immediately north of the Knickerbocker Bridge. Please note that this site is walk/bike access only. For a specific location, enter "Walama Restoration Project Site" in Google Maps. Contact maya@walamarestoration.org for additional details.

Benefits

  • Groups
  • Families
  • International Volunteers

How To Apply

maya@walamarestoration.org
http://walamarestoration.org/get-involved

Please note there is no need to formally apply for this volunteer work.


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