Volunteer work party at Nob Hill Nature Park
Saturday, April
4, 2016, 1 to 4 PM


From: Friends of Nob Hill Nature Park

Howard Blumenthal & Caroline Skinner

462 S Third St, St Helens OR 97051

503-349-8586 or 503-248-9719

 

EVENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

 

Volunteer Work Party at Nob Hill Nature Park

Saturday, April 4th, 1 to 4 PM

 

Help remove blackberry and place new plantings at Nob Hill Nature Park in St Helens, OR. The work site is near the start of the city's new trail along the Fifth Street Right-of-Way. 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 4th, 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.

 

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. Please bring water and gloves; snacks and tools are provided. This work party takes place rain or shine.

 

Meet at the city’s wastewater treatment plant, 451 Plymouth Street, in St Helens. Volunteers are welcome. Pre-registration is requested by Friday, April 3rd by calling Scappoose Bay Watershed Council at 503-397-7904, or e-mail to info@scappoosebay-wc.org.

 

ALSO:

 

Native Plant Society Walk at Nob Hill Nature Park--Oak Woodlands Stroll

Sunday, April 12, 2-4 PM

 

Join the Friends of Nob Hill Nature Park and the Native Plant Society of Oregon for an easy, low-key stroll though Nob Hill Nature Park to view native shrubs and wildflowers. NHNP is a 6.6-acre oak woodland, perched on a basalt bluff, overlooking the Columbia River. Come and learn about plants found in this lower-Columbia River ecosystem. Long pants and long sleeves are suggested. The event is on, rain or shine.

 

Meet at city’s wastewater treatment facility (451 Plymouth St) across from park at 1 PM. There is plenty of easy parking across from the park’s main entrance. No pre-registration needed and all are welcome.



 

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