Category Archives: Waluga Park Work Parties

Planting at East Waluga Park, Sat. March 3

Ivy PullersAfter years of invasive plant removal, we are now ready to start planting native species like sword ferns! Come help us complete the transformation from terrible to terrific!

Please meet at East Waluga Park and bring sturdy shoes and work gloves. Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, March 3, 9:30-11:30am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact
Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@humannatureart.com

Planting at East Waluga Park, Sat. Feb. 17

Ivy PullersAfter years of invasive plant removal, we are now ready to start planting native species like sword ferns! Come help us complete the transformation from terrible to terrific!

Please meet at East Waluga Park and bring sturdy shoes and work gloves. Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, Feb. 17, 9:30-11:30am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact
Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@humannatureart.com

Trail Graveling at E. Waluga Park, Oct 28

We need people to help spread gravel onto the main trail between East and West Waluga Parks. Join us as we work to raise this much-loved trail out of the wetlands.

Please meet at East Waluga Park and bring sturdy shoes and work gloves. Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, Oct. 28th, 9:30-11:30am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact
Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@humannatureart.com

Spreading Gravel on Trail

Calling All Wheelbarrows! Trail Graveling at East Waluga Park, Mar 11

We need wheelbarrows and people to help spread gravel onto the main trail between East and West Waluga Parks. Join us as we work to raise this much-loved trail out of the wetlands.

Can’t stay? We need your wheelbarrow! Please drop off your wheelbarrow (clearly labeled with your name) at 9:30am and pick it up at 11:30am. This will help us spread more gravel!

Please meet at East Waluga Park and bring sturdy shoes, work gloves and your wheelbarrow (if possible). Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, March 11th, 9:30-11:30am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact
Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@humannatureart.com

NOTE: This work party was originally scheduled for West Waluga Park, but we have moved it to East Waluga Park.

East Waluga Park Work Party – Feb 25, 2017

Join Friends of Waluga Park as we work to improve one of the most popular trails on the west side of Lake Oswego. We’ll be removing vegetation and improving the trail between East and West Waluga Parks.

Please meet at East Waluga Park and bring sturdy shoes and work gloves. Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Young children are welcome to help by pulling garlic mustard, a non-toxic invasive herb.

Saturday, Feb. 25th, 9:30-11:30am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact

Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@humannatureart.com

Busy? We’ll also have a work party at West Waluga Park on March 11th!

East Waluga Park Work Party – Nov 5

Join Friends of Waluga Park as we work to improve one of the most popular trails on the west side of Lake Oswego. We’ll be removing vegetation and improving the trail between East and West Waluga Parks.

Please meet at East Waluga Park and bring sturdy shoes and work gloves. Children under 18 will need a signed parental release form.

Saturday, Nov. 5th, 9:30-11:30am
East Waluga Park
15505 Quarry Rd.
Lake Oswego, OR 97035
See map: Google Maps

Point of Contact

Will Mahoney-Watson
503-752-3430
will@humannatureart.com

“Free the Trees” in West Waluga Park – March 5, 2016

Ivy PullersOur last ivy pull in West Waluga was a huge success. Now we’re moving onto the northwest corner of the park. It’s on a hillside, so be sure to wear good hiking shoes.

Saturday March 5th, 2016

Join Friends of Waluga Park as we tackle the creeping ivy and invasive species in this expansive park.  Blue herons, eagles, raccoons and deer are just a few of the species that have been seen in the park… who knows what you may see!

Please wear shoes that are good for uneven ground, and bring gloves and water to drink. Loppers and clippers are also helpful. Small children and pets are not recommended.

Children under 18 must have a parent or guardian sign the Volunteer Release.

We’ll meet at the West Waluga parking lot. Stay as long as you like. Please help “Free the Trees!

Questions? Email: info@waluganeighborhood.org

“Free the Trees” in West Waluga Park – Feb. 20, 2016

We’ve completed the initial treatment of East Waluga Park and are moving onto our neighbor, West Waluga Park.

Saturday Feb. 20th, 2016

Join Friends of Waluga Park as we tackle the creeping ivy and invasive species in this expansive park.  Blue herons, eagles, raccoons and deer are just a few of the species that have been seen in the park… who knows what you may see!

Please wear shoes that are good for uneven ground, and bring gloves and water to drink. Loppers and clippers are also helpful. Small children and pets are not recommended.

We’ll meet at the West Waluga parking lot. Stay as long as you like. Please help “Free the Trees!

Questions? Email: info@waluganeighborhood.org

“Free the Trees” in West Waluga Park – Nov. 7, 2015

We’ve completed the initial treatment of East Waluga Park and are moving onto our neighbor, West Waluga Park.

Saturday Nov. 7th, 2015

Join Friends of Waluga Park as we tackle the creeping ivy and invasive species in this expansive park.  Blue herons, eagles, raccoons and deer are just a few of the species that have been seen in the park… who knows what you may see!

Please wear shoes that are good for uneven ground, and bring gloves and water to drink. Loppers and clippers are also helpful.

We’ll meet at the West Waluga parking lot. Please help “Free the Trees!”

Questions? Email: info@waluganeighborhood.org

“Free the Trees” in West Waluga Park – Oct. 24, 2015

We’ve completed the initial treatment of East Waluga Park and are moving onto our neighbor, West Waluga Park.

Saturday Oct. 24th, 2015

Join Friends of Waluga Park as we tackle the creeping ivy and invasive species in this expansive park.  Blue herons, eagles, raccoons and deer are just a few of the species that have been seen in the park… who knows what you may see!

Please wear shoes that are good for uneven ground, and bring gloves and water to drink. Loppers and clippers are also helpful.

We’ll meet at the West Waluga parking lot. Please help “Free the Trees!”

Questions? Email: info@waluganeighborhood.org