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Work Party: English Ivy Pull

  • Jacksonville Woodlands 791 OR-238 Jacksonville, OR, 97530 United States (map)

Come spend a morning in the beautiful hills of Jacksonville and help with a "de-vine intervention" in the Jacksonville Woodlands where we will remove invasive English ivy from the forest.  We will save trees from death-by-ivy and protect woodland flowers and shrubs. Plus, we'll share snacks and learn some facts as we work on this protected property.

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Meet at the parking lot on Jackson Creek just west of Jacksonville at 9:30am; snacks and gloves will be supplied. You can come for the whole time or for an hour. Wear a long-sleeved shirt, pants, and closed-toed shoes, preferably waterproof boots, and bring water.

Directions: In downtown Jacksonville from the intersection of Oregon and California streets head west on HWY 238 about 0.8 miles past Pair-A-Dice Road to the Jackson Creek parking lot on the left. The parking lot is opposite Reservoir Road.

Plan a stewardship day with us!

We would love to coordinate a volunteer work party for your community or volunteer group. The work parties can include team-building time and educational activities or just straight up stewardship of a special place.

Contact us if you would like more information at 541.482.3069 or

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