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Stewardship Saturday: Baltimore Woods

Stewardship Saturday: Baltimore Woods

Saturday February 09, 10:00am - 1:00pm

Join us for a morning of restoration at the beautiful North Portland location!

Baltimore Woods is a 30 acre strip of woods and green space between the residential and industrial areas of the neighborhood between Cathedral Park and Pier Park. It is a green buffer of native Oregon white oak, maple trees and native plants. It provides a natural wildlife connectivity corridor, native oak habitat and watershed enhancement. While less than 2% of the original Willamette Valley oak woodland remains, Baltimore Woods has remnant native oak stands that provide unusually high value food and shelter for a variety of birds and mammals that feed on acorns in the winter and forage for insects among its many lichens and mosses. (From Friends of Baltimore Woods website)

Please wear close-toed shoes and dress for the weather. We will provide gloves, tools, training and snacks. Volunteers of all ages are welcome. Volunteers under 14 years of age must have an adult present. All other youth volunteers must have an adult sign them in. For a more complete description about the accessibility of this site, please contact Kirk Fatland, Volunteer Coordinator at (503) 281-1132.

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This is a great group volunteering opportunity! The Columbia Slough Watershed Council is happy to help your company or organization schedule your next employee community service day. Contact us today for details!

Location

Baltimore Woods
N. Catlin and N. Decatur St.
Portland, OR 97203

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