Stewardship Saturday at Kelley Point Park
Columbia Slough Watershed Council
CSWC and Portland Parks & Recreation are teaming up to restore this stretch of the lower Slough that serves as a refuge for juvenile salmon and even hosts the occasional sea lion! Come enjoy a brisk Saturday morning planting cottonwood and other native trees at this treasured public park at the confluence of the Columbia Slough, Willamette River, and Columbia River. *Important* You MUST register here to attend: https://bit.ly/ StewardshipSaturdays
Due to public health guidelines, we must cap the attendance at this event. Face coverings and 6-feet social distancing will be strictly required.
About Columbia Slough Watershed Council
7040 NE 47th Avenue, PORTLAND, OR 97218, US
The Columbia Slough Watershed Council is a community based organization that works to foster action to protect, enhance, restore, and revitalize the Columbia Slough and its watershed. We work to accomplish our mission through education, community involvement, and stewardship. Our vision is an urban watershed rich in clean water and healthy habitats that supports the needs of fish, wildlife, plants, and people.
The Columbia Slough Watershed Council has three main interests: education, community involvement, and stewardship. Our education program focuses on Slough School, a hands-on science classroom and field trip program for students kindergarten through high school. Community involvement includes workshops and special events, such as Explorando El Columbia Slough and the Columbia Slough Regatta. Through monitoring and restoration activities, we work to improve the natural areas in the watershed.