Bring your talents to the council! The Council has a number of volunteering opportunities for individuals, groups and families. Apply for one of the positions below or let us help you design a volunteering opportunity that is right for you.
Nadaka Park Festival needs volunteers!
Celebrate Nadaka Nature Park and volunteer at the 4th Annual Nadaka Festival on Saturday, September 27th. Nadaka Nature Park and Garden Project is in the midst of developing a large community garden, natural meadow, restroom, and nature-based play area. Help us celebrate the beautiful growth and potential of this natural space by donating your time to the festival. Email email@example.com to sign up.
Volunteers needed to…
- Help with setup
- Assist with kids’ activities
- Monitor exhibit tables
- Serve lunch
Volunteer Shift 1: 10am - 1pm
Volunteer Shift 2: 1pm - 4pm
Event Time: 12pm - 4pm
Nadaka Nature Park
NE Glisan & NE Pacific at NE 175th
Volunteer Grounds Keepers
Naturescaping is a great way to beautify a yard while providing wildlife benefits, but these spaces need your help to grow and thrive. The Council is looking for 1-3 groundskeeper volunteers to help maintain native plantings at the Council office by hand-weeding, mulching, and mowing. Tools and training will be provided. Time commitment is expected at 1-3 times per month and scheduling is flexible. Come out and make a difference! Contact Community Involvement Coordinator Hanna Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (503) 281-1132 for more information.
Slough School Educators
NOW RECRUITING for Fall season volunteers
Term: 1 – 3 months
Does making spider web out of spaghetti sound like fun? How about searching for water bugs with a curious 10-year-old? Slough School provides educational programs to school aged children in the Slough watershed. Volunteers will help with field science programming and student restoration projects. Anyone with the ability to support kids and teachers is welcome. Get the full position description at the bottom of this page.
Get outdoors this weekend and help clean up your neighborhood! Join the council for our monthly Stewardship Saturdays and make a difference within the watershed. Assist with native plantings, invasive species removal, litter clean up and more. Check out the Council’s upcoming events page for this month’s Stewardship Saturdays.
Group Stewardship Volunteering
Looking for a fun service project for your school, community organization or business? The Council hosts volunteers year-round to help with native plantings, invasive weed removal, litter removal, and trail maintenance at sites located in Portland, Fairview and Gresham. Let us know what your interests are and we’ll work with you to organize a volunteer event that suits your needs.
Interested in any of the activities above?
Browse the position descriptions below and follow the application instructions. For general inquiries, fill out the interest form located at the bottom of this page and send it to Hanna Davis, Community Involvement Coordinator at email@example.com or call 503 281-1132.
|Nadaka Festival volunteer details||Donate your time to this great community project!|
|Volunteer Interest Form||Complete and email to Volunteer Coordinator Hanna Davis at firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Office Assistant Volunteer Position Description||We recruit office assistants all year round. Join us and help the Council expand their reach!|
|Slough School volunteer education assistant position description.||Familiarize yourself with our Slough School volunteer position. This position recruits in Fall, Winter and Spring.|