Education and Outreach Programs

Obsidian Trip 2008

Network Charter School Students in Three Sisters Wilderness after completing a restoration project at a degraded campsite.

Walama Restoration Project has been a leader in environmental education and community stewardship in local open spaces since our inception in 2001.  WRP education programs provide students with hands-on experience restoring native ecosystems, monitoring water quality, collecting seeds, and identifying native plants.  WRP currently works with 10 schools and 30 classrooms in Lane County.

WRP is working with hundreds of volunteers restoring important habitats within Eugene local parks and open spaces.  Check out our work along the Willamette River, across the bridge from Valley River Center in Maurie Jacobs Park, or in the Butterfly Meadow within the Whilamut Natural Area of Alton Baker Park.  We hold regular work parties at the stewardship sites throughout the year and would love to have you join us to restore native habitat and help beautify our community!  Get involved!



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