Celebrate Earth Day at Luckiamute State Natural Area!
Date: Saturday, April 22
Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm
Place: Luckiamute State Natural Area
13770 Buena Vista Rd., Independence
Plant trees with the Central Lions Club and LWC
For Earth Day 2017, the Luckiamute Watershed Council is teaming up with the Central Lions Club of Independence and Boy Scouts Troop #38 to plant trees and shrubs at the Luckiamute State Natural Area. The Luckiamute State Natural Area (LSNA) is one of the most beautiful and unique landscapes in our watershed. The Central Lions Club, Boy Scouts, and the Luckiamute Watershed Council invite you to help restore this natural area's wetlands by joining us on Earth Day to plant native vegetation!
The Luckiamute State Natural Area (LSNA) is found at the confluence of three rivers: the Luckiamute River, the Santiam River, and the mighty Willamette. LSNA is also home to one of the region's largest remaining tracts of gallery forest - a forest of majestic cottonwoods and maples arching high over an exceptionally diverse understory. Since 2010, the Luckiamute Watershed Council has been restoring the gallery forest and other valuable habitat at LSNA. Learn more about what we are doing by visiting our LSNA Enhancement Project page.
Registration for this event is full!
Thank you so much for your support, and please check out our other volunteer opportunities here!
Prefer to talk to us in person? You can also get volunteer information directly from Suzanne Teller at (503) 837-0237. Snail mail works too! If you prefer, you can also click here to download a volunteer form. Just fill it out and mail back to us, or scan and send it via email to outreach@LuckiamuteLWC.org.