COVID-19 Update

"Oregonizers" for WalamaWalama Restoration Project has discontinued our door-to-door fundraising for the safety of our organizers and our neighbors. We realize this is a difficult time for many of you, but for our supporters that can, we’d dearly appreciate your support to keep our restoration and education efforts afloat. 

If you’d like to make a contribution, you can do so here.

We appreciate you all!  Stay safe, and stay present in your community.

From Seed to Habitat – 10 Years

Our current newsletter highlights the 10 year journey of our environmental education program.  Enjoy the complete story:  Issue 29 Winter 2020

We are currently expanding our Board of Directors.

Do you share a passion for WRP’s mission? Our volunteer Board Members meet on a monthly basis and oversee strategies and goals for implementing our mission. This is a great opportunity for those interested in strategic planning, budgeting, nonprofit development, ecological restoration, or habitat conservation. Please send all inquiries to 

View our Board Member Agreement and see our current members

Walama in the News!

Check out news stories from KVAL highlighting the Annual Eugene Bee Survey and our stewardship projects in Whilamut Natural Area.

2nd Annual Eugene Bee Survey Story

Monthly Volunteer Work Party Video Story


WRP is continuing our education program From Seed to Habitat throughout our community this school year.  If you are interested in hands-on environmental education, and would like to volunteer, please contact or call our office at (541) 484-3939.

Students planting at Alton Baker Park