Give Back to the Environment with Stewardship!

 

Are you looking to volunteer in our stewardship program? Please help us create a healthy habitat for plants, pollinators, birds, and animals. Scroll down to see the calendar listings.

What will I do?

  • Plant native species
  • Remove invasive species
  • Refresh park trails
  • Learn about native birds, plants, and pollinators

How do I volunteer? Just show up at the work party site! 

Any forms to fill out? Nope! Just sign in at the work party site.

What do I bring? Bring work gloves and water to drink.

What do I wear? Dress for the weather and wear closed-toe shoes. 

Can I bring a group with me? Please call or email the work party contact to see if the work party can accommodate a group.

Before attending: Check lo-stewardship.org for work party cancelations due to weather or conditions beyond control.

Want to volunteer but can't make the Friends Group habitat restoration work party dates? Email stewardship@lakeoswego.city 

Have a group of over 15 volunteers that need a different work party date? Let's figure out options!

If you have any questions, contact Eric Hirshberger, Natural Areas Crew Leader, at 503-534-5661 or stewardship@lakeoswego.city

Each year, the City of Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation Department teams up with the Planning Department to celebrate Arbor Month! Did you know the City of Lake Oswego is celebrating its 35th year as a Tree City? This prestigious award demonstrates a solid commitment to managing and caring for trees. Cities earn TCUSA status by meeting four standards: maintaining a tree board (the Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources Advisory Board), having a tree ordinance, spending a minimum of $2 per capita on urban forest management, and proclaiming and celebrating Arbor Day annually.

Join us this month in exploring the "TREE OF THE WEEK." We will highlight remarkable local tree species that add beauty, diversity, and significance to our community. Join us on this journey of exploration and appreciation for the wonders of nature! Stay tuned for some snazzy social media reels with our very own Park Rangers and Staff walking us through the remarkable trees around our neighbors. 

Click here to learn more about the "Tree of the Week" program.

Stay tuned for a list of all the April Arbor month activities. Coming soon!

READ MORE BELOW ON HOW YOU CAN VOTE FOR OUR NEWEST STEWARDSHIP CHARACTER!
Contact Information

Eric Hirshberger

Natural Areas Crew Leader

503-534-5661

stewardship@lakeoswego.city

 

 

 

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