Stewardship Events

Give back to the Gorge by joining a work party

Stewardship Events
Stewardship at Mosier Plateau land trust property; volunteers prepping the soil to plant native seeds. (photographer: Kate McBride)

Lend a hand - no experience necessary!
Most events will be led by Friends Stewardship Coordinator Sara Woods on our land trust properties, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Contact Sara at sara@gorgefriends.org or 971-634-2038.

Lend-a-Hand Stewardship at Coyote Wall, WA
Photo: Debbie Asakawa

Lend-a-Hand Stewardship at Coyote Wall, WA

Sunday, June 25, 2017 - 11:00am

Easy to Moderate: 2-4 miles | 200-800-ft. elev. gain

Join stewardship volunteer Chris Carvalho for a work party to remove invasive star thistle from the Coyote Wall area, which threatens to enter Catherine Creek if not controlled.

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Lend-a-Hand Stewardship: Yellow Starthistle
Helping stop the spread of yellow starthistle (photos: Sara Woods)

Lend-a-Hand Stewardship: Yellow Starthistle "Power Pull" Work Party

Thursday, June 29, 2017 - 10:00am

Help pull this invasive plant on Friends' Land Trust property.

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Lend-a-Hand Stewardship at Coyote Wall, WA
Photo: Debbie Asakawa

Lend-a-Hand Stewardship at Coyote Wall, WA

Saturday, July 1, 2017 - 11:00am

Easy to Moderate: 2-4 miles | 200-800-ft. elev. gain

Join stewardship volunteer Chris Carvalho for a work party to remove invasive star thistle from the Coyote Wall area, which threatens to enter Catherine Creek if not controlled.

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Lend-a-Hand Stewardship: Yellow Starthistle
Helping stop the spread of yellow starthistle (photos: Sara Woods)

Lend-a-Hand Stewardship: Yellow Starthistle "Power Pull" Work Party

Thursday, July 13, 2017 - 10:00am

Help pull this invasive plant on Friends' Land Trust property.

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Lend-a-Hand Stewardship: Invasive Teasel Seedhead Removal
Teasel seedhead removal on a Land Trust property (photo: Debbie Asakawa)

Lend-a-Hand Stewardship: Invasive Teasel Seedhead Removal

Saturday, July 15, 2017 - 10:00am

Help cut seed heads off of teasel to prevent further spread of this invasive plant.

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