Volunteer work party at Nob Hill Nature Park
Help maintain trails and remove ivy and blackberry plants at Nob Hill Nature Park in St Helens. The Scappoose Bay Watershed Council and Friends of Nob Hill Nature Park invite you to join the semi-annual volunteer work party on Saturday, April 5 from 1 to 4 PM. Nob Hill Nature Park is an oak woodland overlooking the Columbia River. The Friends of NHNP have been doing restoration there since 2004.
Please bring your own water and snack items. Wear long-sleeve tops, long pants and work boots because there is poison oak at the park. Dress in layers, including rain gear if needed. This work party takes place rain or shine. Meet at 1 PM at the city’s wastewater treatment plant, 451 Plymouth Street, in St Helens. After sign-in, we’ll take a short tour before we start work. We need your help!
Pre-registration is requested by Friday, April 4 by calling Chas at Scappoose Bay Watershed Council at 503-397-7904. Or you can e-mail Chas McCoy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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