Volunteer with the Sellwood Gap clean-up
January 15, 2013
Join Portland Parks & Recreation and our partners for a morning of removing invasive plants along the Springwater Corridor Trail.
The Springwater Corridor is a multi-use trail, and part of the 40-Mile Loop which was inspired by the 1903 Olmsted Plan. The vision was to have a parkway and boulevard loop to connect park sites. Most of the wildlife found along the Corridor are those species capable of co-existing with humans.
After enough invasive weeds are removed, we will be able to spread native wildflower seed to create a more colorful, more diverse, and healthier green space!
Please dress for the weather, wear sturdy shoes, and be ready to get you hands dirty. PP&R will provide gloves, tools, and snacks; you bring a smile and a friend. For more information, contact Marissa Dorais at (503) 823-7016.
Sellwood Gap Clean-up: Springwater Corridor Trail
Sunday, January 20
10 am - 1 pm
Meet at SMILE's "Golf Links Park" located at the south end of SE 13th Ave adjacent to the Springwater Corridor.