Elizabeth Goward, Volunteer Coordinator
McKenzie River Trust
(541) 345-2799 ext. 109


Wednesday, February 19th

9:30am -12pm 


HIV Alliance Building

1195A City View Street, Eugene, Oregon 97402

Green Island by Mary Duke


Wednesday, February 19th | 9:30am - 12:00pm

Urban Waters Volunteer Project

with the Long Tom Watershed Council and McKenzie River Trust

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Dig in with the Long Tom Watershed Council and McKenzie River Trust to help protect our urban waters! We’ll be planting trees, cleaning out storm-water runoff filters and helping to protect Amazon Creek! Join your community in caring for an urban rain garden at the HIV Alliance building in Eugene. HIV Alliance is home to a Trout Friendly Landscape. Learn more about this program and how you can help to protect the environment while giving back during this volunteer project!

Long Tom Watershed Council's Urban Waters & Wildlife Program 

Urban areas are complex systems with a mix of environmental challenges. The Urban Waters & Wildlife Program provides scientific, educational and technical expertise to reduce pollutants entering our local rivers and streams, and to introduce wildlife habitat deep into the heart of the city. Most visible is the work with commercial and industrial partners to address stormwater pollution on a voluntary basis in Eugene, Springfield, and the watershed's smaller towns. This upstream approach improves drinking water in the Long Tom and Willamette rivers, benefiting communities downstream in the watershed and beyond. Learn More...