Welcome Adis! Service Learning Student from PCC and awesome volunteer!

My name is Adis I am in my second term at pcc, I am majoring in criminal justice. I am a mother of a super awesome boy who is named Damien. He consumes all my time when I am not at school or work. I love being a mom he is the most amazing best […]

Tree Saturday Volunteer Work Party! Aug 25 9am -12pm

Educational Plant Walk and Work Party.  On this beautiful Saturday morning you can not only help restore beautiful Forest Park, but you can also learn about the medicinal uses of plants found in the park, and all over Portland.  This educational series will be presented FREE through a partnership with National College of Natural Medicine […]

Will Rogers State Beach, CA Nothin’ But Sand Beach Clean Up August 18

Join Heal the Bay for the monthly Beach Clean Up! Our monthly Nothin’ But Sand beach cleanups are open to all. This is a great opportunity for you and your friends to get involved! We even offer community service hours for those who need them. Volunteers must be 13 years old OR (if not) be […]

Seattle, WA- Cast Off! Free Public Sail! Sunday, July 22

Join The Center for Wooden Boats for a free day of sailing! The Cast Off! program allows visitors the chance to sail in classic boats.  The boats we use include: Admirable, a Bristol Bay Gillnetter, Amie, a Friendship sloop, Colleen Wagner, an Egret Sharpie, our long-boat Discovery, our New Haven Sharpie Betsy D, or a […]

Portland, Oregon: Clear the Trails! Volunteer Work Party in Forest Park: Saturday, July 21st

Join The Forest Park Conservancy for a morning of trail clean up on Saturday, July 21st! We will be clearing Wildwood Trail of face-slapping, tread-crowding vegetation. Expect a steep, one-mile hike down and up Firelane 3. What: Forest Park Conservancy Volunteer Work Party When: Saturday, July 21st, 9 am – noon Where: Firelane 3 off NW Skyline Blvd Follow […]

The Forest Park Trail Marathon and Half Marathon Sept 22

September 22, 2012 Portland, Oregon The Forest Park Trail Marathon and Half-Marathon is a challenging, fun and rewarding running event benefitting the Forest Park Conservancy. The full marathon route traverses 26.2 miles of Forest Park’s legendary 80+ mile trail system. The half marathon (13.1 miles) is available for runners not ready to commit to a […]

Join us at CSUSB EcoFest 2012! April 6, noon-10pm

  California State University, San Bernardino is proud to present “EcoFest 2012”, a FREE family-friendly day of fun and education raising public awareness about the many facets of earth-friendly, sustainable living. EcoFest will showcase solutions to the environmental issues that confront our society. It is a celebration of the idea that “one person can make […]

Thank you to the Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley

A heartfelt thank you to Angela Chu and Evan Gallagher from the Social Entrepreneurship Class through the Haas School of Business at the University of California Berkeley.  They are evaluating our 501(c)3 through the lens of Social Good as a deliverable and how we can strengthen our organization. A little about the school: As the second-oldest business school in […]

Ride for Two Rivers June 16th Help in the restoration of the Metolius and Whychus Creek! Sisters, OR

Deschutes • Sisters Volunteer Opportunity We are looking for volunteers for our Ride for Two Rivers on June 16.  We need many volunteers to help with parking, registration and rest stops along the course. This is the National Forest Foundation’s biggest fundraiser for the Whychus and Metolius River restoration efforts. Last year over $30,000 was raised and […]

UCS Launches Center for Science and Democracy

    In today’s hyper-partisan political environment, the public and decision makers often ignore independent science and technical analysis in favor of assertions from ideologues and thinly veiled spokespeople for powerful vested interests. This trend toward deliberate misinformation and neglect of science not only threatens the principles of transparency and accountability on which our democracy […]