Fence Pull Hosted by Deschutes Land Trust

Posted on in categories Event , River

Wednesday Nov 4th, 12pm Hosted by Deschutes Land Trust

The Deschutes Land Trust host events that are meaningful and you can get your hands dirty at. The Whychus Canyon Reserve has been a project over the last several years that is helping return the river and its surrounding landscape to what it once was. MORE INFO HERE. 

Young trees and native plants planted in the restoration area along Whychus Creek have grown! Help us pull old fencing material and fence posts out of the restoration area at Whychus Canyon Preserve now that these plants no longer need to be protected. Join us for a Fence Pull on November 4th! Your help will continue to restore and improve habitat along Whychus Creek.

Rating: Work party with moderate physical activity that includes digging and pulling posts out of uneven ground.

What to Bring: Face covering (homemade is fine), hand sanitizer, work gloves, snacks/lunch, water and muck boots or waders if you have them. Dress for the weather.

COVID-19 Guidelines: We take the health and safety of our volunteers and staff seriously. After careful consideration, we have implemented COVID-19 Work Party Guidelines to promote the health and wellbeing of volunteers and staff. Please read and be ready to adhere to these guidelines so everyone can have a safe experience.

Online registration is required, please click the ticket link above to register!