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Let's Pull Together 2024

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Logo of Benton County Cooperative Weed Management Area with a green leaf.

Join us and our partners for one of several weed pull events throughout Benton County as we work to eradicate ivy, blackberry, and other noxious invaders!


Witham Hill Natural Area: Witham Hill is in northwest Corvallis and volunteers will cut invasive trees such as holly and hawthorn that are filling in the forest.  Some ivy removal may also occur. Hosts: Corvallis Parks and Recreation, Marys River Watershed Council. 9:30am-12:00pm.

Old Peak Meadow: The meadow is in the Corvallis Watershed near Alsea, and volunteers will remove encroaching daisies and other non-native vegetation from this habitat. Hosts: Institute for Applied Ecology, City of Corvallis. Carpooling options to this site may be available. Contact Evan Lasley at for more information. 9:00am-12:00pm.

Takena Landing: North Albany site where volunteers will free large trees of ivy along the Willamette River. Host: Albany Parks and Recreation.  9:30am-12:00pm.

Evergreen Property: Help remove invasive scotch broom from restored wetland prairies at Greenbelt Land Trust's Evergreen Property (off Evergreen Rd. south of Philomath)! Youth volunteers are welcome to join this project but must attend with an adult. Accessibility Notes: We will hike 1-2 miles off trail over uneven ground to reach the scotch broom project. There are no restrooms located at Evergreen. Host: Greenbelt Land Trust. 9:00am-12:00pm.

Volunteers will recieve more detailed information from their site host(s) after registering. Any questions, please contact Sara at


Registration for this event is now closed. 


Logos of organizations in the "Let’s Pull Together" partnership for conservation: soil, water, ecology, parks and city stewardship.