Columbia Riverkeeper’s Volunteer Work Party at Nichols Natural Area

The Nichols Natural Area is a living laboratory and outdoor classroom in the middle of the bustling Hood River waterfront where students learn how imagination and the power of community can transform the Columbia River. Hundreds of volunteers have planted trees and shrubs, and now we need to help them thrive by pulling weeds and spreading mulch.

WHEN: Saturday, July 29, from 9 – 11 a.m
WHERE: Nichols Natural Area, 1 Nichols Parkway, Hood River, OR
HOW: We will provide bags, gloves, and snacks. Some tools will be provided but feel free to bring your own as well.

Thousands of students have participated in the Nichols Natural Area education program (over 400 just this spring!). We love helping students and community members connect with the river and this once overlooked space, but we can’t do it without you!
Please join Columbia Riverkeeper for a clean up and weed pull on Saturday, July 29 from 9 – 11 a.m. near the Hood River Waterfront. Swing by for snacks, prizes, and a fun work party. Volunteers will help create room for healthy and diverse habitat, clean up the river, and have a chance to win some cool raffle items. We need your help to restore the Nichols Natural Area, a former industrial site, into a thriving riparian habitat.
QUESTIONS? Contact Ubaldo Hernández, Senior Organizer, 541-490-7722
Hope you can make it on July 29!


Jul 29 2023


9:00 am - 11:00 am


Nichols Natural Area, 1 Nichols Parkway, Hood River, 97031

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