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SOLVE: Put your winter boots to work with SOLVE! (Sat, Jan 6th)
Posted by hannah.cherry
Let’s work together to bring a bit more cheer to Oregon this winter!
Lend a hand at a local litter cleanup, or help restore our natural areas by joining an invasive plant removal or native planting project near you! For a full list of projects visit olveoregon.org/get-involved/event-registration
SOLVE events are a fun, easy way to improve the community and natural areas, meet your neighbors, and spend quality time outdoors with family and friends. Best of all our projects are family-friendly, open to all, and no experience is necessary. Our volunteer leaders bring the tools and the plan, but we need you to make it work!
- 1/6 – January’s First Saturday Clean Up – Slabtown – Portland
- 1/6 – No Ivy League 1st Saturday Work Party January – Portland
- 1/6 – Winter Native Plant Identification Training with Dig In – Portland
- 1/6 – Mary S. Young Park Work Party for January – West Linn
Save the Date! SOLVE’s large service days for 2018 have been announced. Mark your calendar for the Spring Oregon Beach Cleanup on 3/24, SOLVE IT for Earth Day on 4/1 and the Beach & Riverside Cleanup on 9/29.
Or join an event anytime using our calendar at solveoregon.org/get-involved/event-registration
Questions? Contact SOLVE at 503-844-9571 ext. 332 or email@example.com.
About the Organization
SOLVE is a state-wide non-profit organization that takes action every day to keep Oregon clean and green. We mobilize over 35,000 volunteers and organize over 1,000 cleanup and restoration projects throughout the state.
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