Celebrate Arbor Day by volunteering at Portland’s living museum of trees!
With 189-acres and more than 6,000 trees along 12 miles of trails, volunteers are incredibly important to maintaining Hoyt Arboretum’s tree collection and trail system, and it’s a unique opportunity for volunteers to learn about and care for rare and unusual trees and plants from around the world.
Stewardship crews occur rain or shine; volunteers should come dressed for the weather including long pants and sturdy, closed-toe shoes.
**Registration is required.** Group size is limited, and volunteers will need to wear a face mask and practice physical distancing. Volunteers will meet at the worksite; exact meeting location details will be sent out prior to the crew date.
Sign up at https://www.hoytarboretum.org/events/arbor-day-stewardship-crew/
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Hoyt Arboretum Friends
4000 SW Fairview Blvd, Portland, OR 97221, US
To maintain and improve Hoyt Arboretum and its collection for all people through advocacy, resources, awareness and education.
Hoyt Arboretum is Portland, Oregon’s museum of living trees. Located in Washington Park, the arboretum encompasses 189 ridge-top acres accessible by 12 miles of trails. More than 6,000 specimens from around the world grow here, including more than 2,000 species. To the local community, Hoyt Arboretum represents a unique setting for education, fitness and reflection. To the world, Hoyt Arboretum is a critical partner in global conservation and scientific research. Hoyt Arboretum relies on the support of Hoyt Arboretum Friends, a membership-based nonprofit organization working in partnership with Portland Parks & Recreation.