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Help plant trees along Amazon Creek Jan. 21

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Join Southeast Neighbors and Obsidians Jan. 21 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon to plant trees along Amazon Creek, starting near East 39th Avenue.

from City of Eugene Parks and Open Space

Make a lifelong investment in water quality, carbon reduction, erosion control, habitat enhancement and shade: Plant trees on the upper Amazon Creek riparian area this Saturday morning.

Bring your family and friends. Join Southeast Neighbors and Obsidians on Saturday, Jan. 21 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon along Amazon Creek near East 39th Avenue.

Volunteers will improve and strengthen the environment, community, and economy by planting trees along Amazon Creek. 

Tools and instructions provided. This is a family-friendly event. Children are very welcome, but please keep pets at home.

Meet at the Amazon Creek footbridge near East 39th Avenue for instructions and a safety brief. Parking is available at Charlemagne School or on streets by Kincaid Park.

A second planting event is planned in February.

For more information or to RSVP, please email Native Plant and Waterways Volunteer Coordinator Kelsey Irvine, Southeast Neighbors Co-chair Devon Mann, or call 541-228-5349.

Photo: Kelsey Irvine, Devon Mann and other Southeast Neighbors and staff visit one of the tree planting sites on June 14, 2022.

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