Our Volunteers

The Watershed Council is fortunate to be supported by many volunteers. We have weekly volunteer work days at the Nursery, and can always use extra support for special events, or around the office. If you would like to help at the Nursery, on a field day, or have a special talent you’d like to offer in support, please contact us at info@scappoosebay-wc.org.

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Volunteering Opportunities:

  • Native Plant Nursery: Volunteer work parties are Thursdays from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. If interested, contact us at info@scappoosebay-wc.org for details.
  • Projects: Volunteer opportunities vary by project. If interested, contact us at info@scappoosebay-wc.org for details.


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Volunteer Focus:

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BQphoto2Barbara Quinn

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Barbara started volunteering at the Native Plant Nursery in 2013, and has learned a lot about native plants since then. As a member of Friends of Baltimore Woods, an all-volunteer group in north Portland, she is most interested in learning about plants from the native oak and madrone woodlands.





CSkinner1Caroline Skinner

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Caroline is Co-Founder and Steward, along with partner Howard Blumenthal, of Nob Hill Nature Park, a 6.6 acre oak woodland in St. Helens. Scappoose Bay Watershed Council has been an important community partner on this project since the beginning in 2004, providing assistance at twice-yearly work parties. Caroline is also an active member of Friends of Baltimore Woods in north Portland, and is coordinator of the quarterly e-newsletter for that group. She’s active in environmental justice and outdoor restoration projects. She has lived in Oregon since 1978 and currently lives in north Portland.