Looking for a summer internship? Excited to be involved with the environment? The Lower Columbia Estuary Project is looking for one undergraduate or graduate student to participate in an environmental education paid internship. The internship consists largely of on-water community … Continue reading
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Are you interested in healthy eating and helping the future generations have access to healthy food choices? Check out FoodCorps of Oregon! They are looking for Service Members for the 2018-19 school year. Service Members work with school children to … Continue reading
Are looking to make an impact in someones life? Become an ASPIRE mentor! The ASPIRE program connects adult volunteers with high school students to create a mentoring relationship. This program helps high school students develop plans for their future, including … Continue reading
Litter and marine debris accumulate all throughout the year, as do invasive plants. This September you have a chance to change the tide by volunteering with SOLVE to remove these destructive items from Oregon’s beaches, neighborhoods and natural areas. Only … Continue reading
State Senator Bruce Starr will be hosting a Town Hall meeting in the Forest Grove City Hall Auditorium at 9 am on Sunday February 23rd. Even if you have no questions or ideas to share, this is a great opportunity … Continue reading
If you love nature, enjoy sharing it and have time to offer this spring, we have an opportunity for you! During the Spring Field Season, from March 3 through June 10, Jackson Bottom Wetlands staff and volunteers will present approximately … Continue reading
Lines for life- Preventing substance abuse and suicide is offering training days on Sat. Jan 25th ASIST: Sat. Feb. 15th Sat. Feb 1st. ASIST: Sun. Feb. 16th Sat. Feb 8th … Continue reading
Join “Walking: para la vida, familia, y comunidad,” a photo voice project of Adelante Mujeres Adult Education Students. Over the last few months Adelante students worked with Oregon Walks, a pedestrian advocacy organization, to document their walking experience through photos and stories. They identified areas of need that make it challenging to walk and highlighted other areas where sidewalks, lighting, and safety are well maintained.
On June 12th from 6-7:30pm at the Forest Grove Farmers Market the students will present their photos and tell their stories of walking throughout Western Washington County. Please join us to celebrate their project, view the photos, and share your experience as a pedestrian.