Together we can make a difference for the #Willamette!

  • Get to know native aquatic plants and aquatic invaders!
  • Receive an aquatic weed guide!
  • Learn how to report invasive species!
  • Float the river and pull with us!

Learn about the invasive plants and animals that threaten the Willamette River, then apply your new knowledge at one or more of these free events! #LoveYourRiver

1. River-based Workshop – Tuesday, June 19, 2018 (10:00 AM – 3:30 PM)

Learn to ID and survey for aquatic invaders and native plants at Delta Ponds in Eugene. Bring your own boat or reserve a space in a Willamette Riverkeeper canoe. Water weed field guide provided. Register here!

2. River Weed Pulls – Corvallis to Albany

  • River Weed Pull – Wed., July 25, 2018 (9:30 AM – 3:30 PM)                 Join us in protecting the fish and wildlife habitat as we paddle and pull on the Willamette between Corvallis and Albany. Bring your own boat or reserve a space in a Willamette Riverkeeper canoe. Register here!
  • River Weed Pull – Tues., Oct. 9, 2018 (9:00 AM – 3:30 PM)                Join us in protecting the fish and wildlife habitat as we paddle and pull on the Willamette between Corvallis and Albany. Bring your own boat or reserve a space in a Willamette Riverkeeper canoe. Register here!

3. Aquatic Weed Pulls – Eugene

Eugene Paddle and Pull event information can be found here.

Left: PSU Prof. Mark Sytsma discussing aquatic weeds at River-based Workshop; Right: Hands-on aquatic plant ID and removal at a River Weed Pull.

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Contact Information

If you have any questions please contact Laura Brown, (541) 753-7208.

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