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  1. Down the River Cleanup, Clackamas River

    The Down the River Cleanup is one of the largest volunteer river cleanups in the Northwest. It brings together the human-powered sports community (rafting, kayaking, fishing, tubing, canoing, sea kayaking, etc.) for a single day of river stewardship. It is a volunteer day on the river…

    Location: Barton Park Rd, Barton, OR
  2. Mt. Pisgah/Howard Buford Recreation Area

    Mount Pisgah and Howard Buford Recreation Area offer an incredible recreation and habitat resource located within minutes of downtown Eugene.  Howard Buford Recreation Area is a 2,363-acre county park that offers more than 16 miles of hiking trails, is set between the confluence of the…

    Location: 34901 Frank Parrish Rd., Eugene, OR , OR 97405
  3. Procession of the Species Celebration

    Described as the “crown jewel” and the “quintessential event” characterizing the personality of Olympia, the Procession of the Species Celebration is an annual, region-wide Earth Day pageant where the languages of art, music, and dance culminate in a joyful (if not outlandish!) expression of environmental…

    Location: Downtown, Olympia, WA 98501
  4. Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show

    The Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show is the largest outdoor quilt show in the world, and a visual feast for the eyes. In its 34th year, this show exhibits more than 1,200 quilts on storefronts, balconies, fences and railings throughout town.  The 1880s-themed town of Sisters transformed itself from…

    Location: Cascade Ave, Sisters, OR 97759
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