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Upcoming Events


January 17 @ 6:30 p.m., Video meeting

Treekeepers January Focus Meeting:
"How a Washington County  Urban Forestry Program Can Save Our Trees"

Be part of our first-ever meeting for anyone interested in Washington County Trees!  Scott Altenhoff, Oregon Department of Forestry's Manager, Urban and Community Forestry Assistance Program, will be addressing best practices for urban forest planning, assessment, and management as well as for disaster prevention, response, and recovery. We hope to see you at this important event. 


January 21 @ 1:00 p.m., Jordan Woods Natural Area

Tree Walk: Learn to identify local trees

Join Joanne and Susan on a 1.5 mile, soft-surface trail near Cedar Mill Creek to learn how to identify some of the most common conifers in our area: Douglas fir, Western red cedar, Grand fir, and Sequoia — and a few bonus trees including recognizing some common native deciduous trees without their leaves. Bring your umbrellas and suitable clothing, as this walk takes place rain or shine. 


January 28 @ 10:00 a.m., Cedar Mill Community Library

Cedar Mill Tree Team 

Be part of our first planning session for anyone interested in trees in the Cedar Mill area. Come share your concerns and help make plans for solving problems in our neighborhood. If you have been alarmed by how trees are disappearing to development, concerned about ivy strangling trees, wish you knew more about how to care for your trees, or are just plain curious, please join us to share what's on your mind. We'll be putting our heads together to come up with actions to improve our neighborhood.  

February 11 @ 10:00 a.m., Peterkort Woods Trail

Peterkort Woods ivy pull

Climbing ivy can strangle trees, but yanking it out can be very satisfying! Put on your sturdy shoes and help us remove it in this creekside area in the Cedar Mill area. 

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