Our 9th Annual Watershed-Wide Event is Saturday, February 10, 9 am – 1pm

Register for a site here

Don’t miss this fun community event – our biggest volunteer day in the Tryon Creek watershed! We will gather for a morning breakfast and raffle with donations from Patagonia, REI, Grand Central Bakery & Starbucks.  Then we’ll head into the watershed to work to remove invasive plants at various project sites throughout the Tryon Creek watershed. Please come dressed to work outside with closed-toe shoes, long pants, and weather-appropriate clothing (we work rain or shine!), and bring a water bottle. Gloves, tools, and snacks will be provided. Each site will have a TCWC leader to help your group at your designated site.

Register for a site here.  Questions? Please contact our Volunteer Coordinator Patrick at

Thank you to everyone who volunteered at our 2017 Watershed Wide Event. The day was a huge success! We had over 80 volunteers join us for a day of restoring the Tryon Creek watershed. This is what they accomplished:

– planted over 400 native trees and shrubs

– cleared 200 trees from invasive ivy

– removed 20,000 square feet of invasives

– cleaned and organized a native plant nursery with hundreds of native plants 

This event would not be possible without the following partners:

City of Lake Oswego, City of Portland – Bureau of Environmental Services, Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation District, Elephant’s Delicatessen, Friends of Tryon Creek, Grand Central Bakery, HandsOn Greater Portland, KIND Snacks, Portland Parks & Recreation, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, SOLVE, Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc., Southwest Watershed Resource Center, St. Mark Presbyterian Church, Starbucks, and West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District