Earth Day 2017 – Find An Event Near You!

Remove invasive weeds, plant natives, and clean up litter for Earth Day!

Earth Day is this Saturday, April 22, 2017!

This annual holiday began as a day to celebrate the planet and encourage people to be more environmentally friendly. It is now a worldwide event with over one billion people expected to get involved this year.

You can demonstrate your support for the environment at a community event near you! Register yourself, your friends, and/or family for an adventure in volunteering that will connect you with other eager land stewards AND make our community a healthier place to live.

Event activities include pulling invasive weeds, planting native trees and shrubs, picking up litter, and exploring areas not often seen by the general public. Equipment and refreshments may be provided, but check your specific event for details.

(For events outside of Clackamas County, please visit the SOLVE website.)

Thanks to our watershed council partners for their part in coordinating local events: Greater Oregon City Watershed Council, Clackamas River Basin Council, Sandy River Basin Council, Pudding River Watershed Council, and Johnson Creek Watershed Council.

Where is There an Event Near Me?

04.22.2017 2017 Milwaukie Earth Day Event Milwaukie Clackamas Volunteers Needed
04.22.2017 Springbrook Creek Restoration Lake Oswego Clackamas FULL
04.22.2017 Willamette Greenway Trail West Linn Clackamas Volunteers Needed
04.22.2017 Savanna Restoration West Linn Clackamas Volunteers Needed
04.22.2017 Abernethy Creek Park Clean Up Oregon City Clackamas FULL
04.22.2017 Historic Cherryville Cemetery clean up Sandy Clackamas Volunteers Needed
04.22.2017 Estacada Earth Day Estacada Clackamas Volunteers Needed
04.22.2017 High Rocks Earth Day Cleanup Gladstone Clackamas Volunteers Needed
04.22.2017 Carter Creek Community Day with Dig In Lake Oswego Clackamas Volunteers Needed
04.22.2017 Earth Day at McLean House West Linn Clackamas Volunteers Needed
04.22.2017 SOLVE-IT in Sandy Sandy Clackamas Volunteers Needed
04.22.2017 Milo McIver State Park Earth Day Cleanup Estacada Clackamas Volunteers Needed

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