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Trailkeepers of Oregon
Trail parties and Trailhead + Beach Ambassadors
Volunteer opportunities with Trailkeepers of Oregon are open to anyone and no particular skills are required. Join a Trail Party to see our calendar of monthly events, get involved with our Ambassadors program & hit Trailkeepers University to see about great training opportunities.
SOLVE Beach Clean Ups
Beach Clean Ups, Data Collection, Beach Captains
Over the past decade, SOLVE volunteers have kept more than 4,000 tons of debris from entering Oregon waterways and the Pacific Ocean. Join us to help fight plastic pollution locally
Blue Water Task Force, Beach and Highway Cleanups, Rise Above Plastics
The Surfrider Foundation is dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s ocean, waves and beaches through a powerful activist network
Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition
Marine Debris Surveys, King Tides Project
The Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition hosts CoastWatch, a citizen monitoring program that engages Oregonians in stewardship over their shoreline.
Oregon Coast Marine Reserves
The Tidepool Ambassador Program aims to protect habitat, educate tidepool visitors, and focus on quality of contact with visitors at Cape Falcon (email@example.com) and Cape Perpetua (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Portland Audubon’s community science projects span the urban environment from the Portland Metro region to the coast as well as eastern Oregon. We engage members of the public to help us better understand the ecology of birds and other wildlife as well as the habitats they depend on.
Haystack Rock Awareness Program
Beach Interpreters of Cannon Beach
HRAP beach interpreters educate visitors about the amazing marine and bird life at Haystack Rock. Some on the beach duties include: setting up the trailer display, manning bird scopes, guiding tidepool tours, and reminding people about the rules of the rock.