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No Ivy Day 2021

Volunteer Event
Additional event details coming soon.

Looking to host a No Ivy Day project? Contact Mary Verrilli to register your site at mary.verrilli@portlandoregon.gov 

Volunteer for a No Ivy Day site. Registration and project list coming soon!

Project Sites

Forest Park

Join Portland Parks & Recreation's No Ivy League  for a morning of ivy removal in Forest Park. This is where it all started 18 years ago. Come learn more about Forest Park, the largest park within city limits in the US, which is over 5,000 acres. Volunteers will meet at the Holman Lane trailhead located at NW Raleigh St and hike about ½ mile to our ivy removal worksite. Volunteers will be hiking and working off trail on uneven ground. Dress for the weather, wear sturdy, closed-toed shoes, and bring a water bottle and snacks. Face coverings are required. Instruction, tools, gloves, and face coverings provided.

Hoyt Arboretum

Hoyt Arboretum is Portland's living museum of trees. Volunteering at Hoyt Arboretum provides a unique setting to learn about and care for rare and unusual trees and plants from around the world! This volunteer event will occur rain or shine. Dress for the weather and be prepared to get a little dirty; long pants and sturdy, closed-toe shoes are necessary. Face coverings are required (extras will be available onsite). Gloves, tools, and volunteering parking passes will be provided.Volunteers must be 16 years or older.

Terwilliger Parkway

Join Portland Parks & Recreation, the Friends of Terwilliger Parkway, the West Willamette Restoration Partnership and Hands On Portland in removing invasive non-native species, including English ivy, Himalayan blackberry, and clematis. This event is family-friendly, but children must be accompanied by an adult. Please Dress for the weather, wear sturdy, closed-toed shoes, and bring a water bottle and snacks. Face coverings are required. Instruction, tools, gloves, and face coverings provided.

Visit No Ivy League for more information about English Ivy removal efforts and historic No Ivy Day volunteer accomplishments.

Contact

Mary Verrilli

Westside Watersheds Parks and Natural Areas

No Ivy League

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