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The Estuary Partnership is currently accepting applications for an open Principal Restoration Ecologist position to join our Science Team. The successful candidate will work with our team of seven other scientists, restoration partners, and landowners to identify and implement habitat restoration projects along the lower Columbia River. People with diverse backgrounds and experience are encouraged to apply. 
Feb 23, 2019 - 9:00am
Explore Brookhaven Park while making a difference along Woodin Creek. Volunteer will plant trees to improve habitat along the creek and benefit local wildlife. Tree plantings are open to people of all ages and abilities. We welcome groups, families, and individuals. Pre-registration is required. Find out more and register online now!
Mar 9, 2019 - 9:00am
Make a difference while having fun and exploring Burnt Bridge Creek in the heart of Vancouver. Help plant trees to benefit the local habitat of the creek and the wildlife that call the area home.  All ages and abilities can plant with us. Plantings are fun for groups, families and individuals. Pre-registration is required—register online now!
Mar 9, 2019 - 9:00am
Explore Curtin Springs Wildlife Habitat Area and help plant trees to benefit the local habitat along Curtin Springs. The land was dedicated as a Wildlife Habitat Area just two years ago. Join us is transforming it into a wildlife oasis in the middle of the city! Plantings are great for groups, families and individuals. All ages and abilities are welcome. Pre-registration is required. Register online now.
The Estuary Partnership is accepting proposals for habitat restoration projects in the lower Columbia River designed to improve the access and quality of rearing and refuge habitat for juvenile Pacific salmonds. Applications for this round are due on April 19, 2019. See our habitat restoration project funding page for details.