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Volunteer at Sandy River Delta Park for National Public Lands Day

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ORGANIZATION: Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership

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Volunteers will rotate through two different projects - maintenance on the Bird Blind area and mulching and weeding around newly planted native trees and shrubs. US Forest Service Rangers will lead volunteers on an interpretive hike while traveling to the project locations.

For more information on Confluence and the significance of the trail and Bird Blind at the Delta click HERE .

Pre-registration is required and space is limited. All ages and abilities are welcome! Students ages 16 or older can volunteer without an adult present.

Accessibility: The project areas are on flat dirt trails but vary in distance between 10 and 30 minutes from the parking lot.

What to bring: A water bottle, sun protection

What we provide: gloves, tools, snacks and beverages

What to wear: Long sleeves, pants, and sturdy shoes

Before the event: You will receive an email with a specific parking location and additional details.

At the event: Estuary Partnership and Confluence staff will share project goals.

We welcome ALL ages, races and ethnicities, religions, gender identities, countries of origin, sexual orientation, immigrants and refugees, abilities and disabilities, spoken and signed languages. Together, we are a stronger community working toward a common goal.

Questions? Please contact Samantha Dumont at 503-939-7381 or

Thank you project funders and partners - this project wouldn't be possible without you: US Forest Service, Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board, and Confluence.

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About Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership



Mission Statement

To improve the lower Columbia River by protecting and restoring nature and clean water for current and future generations of fish, wildlife and people.


The Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership is a non-profit, a National Estuary Program, and a collection of dedicated scientists, educators, and community members who are passionate about the Columbia River.

We focus on the lower 146 miles of the Columbia River, from Bonneville Dam to the Pacific Ocean, including the tidally influenced portions of tributaries in that area. The watershed includes 28 cities, nine counties, and 45 school districts within the states of Oregon and Washington.




Sat Sep 24, 2022
09:00 AM - 01:00 PM


Sandy River Delta ParkMilepost 18 on Hwy 84Troutdale, OR 97060



  • Habitat Restoration
  • Environmental Education


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  • People 55+
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