Volunteer registration for Aquifer Adventure is now open!
Saturday, September 13th
Portland Water Bureau Launch
16650 NE Airport Way
Portland, OR 97230
thar, matey! It’s time to celebrate at Aquifer Adventure! Join our
volunteer crew for a swashbuckling adventure on the high sloughs, as the
Portland Water Bureau and Columbia Slough Watershed Council team up to
present a FREE, family-friendly event full of educational games and
pirate booty. We’ve had over 800 pirates-in-training attend in past
years – and we really need your help to make this a huge success. This
is a great opportunity for groups and individuals ages 16 and up.
Event open to the public 12-4pm
Shift 1: 8 AM -11:00 AM (Set Up)
Shift 2: 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM (Event Shift)
Shift 3: 1:30 - 4:30 PM (Event Shift)
Shift 4: 5:00 - 6:30 PM
(Clean up at Columbia Slough Watershed Council's office - 7040 NE 47th Ave.)
you enjoy time in the outdoors and working with children, this is a
great opportunity for you! Lead nature walks, enjoy Slough wildlife with
curious, energetic students and build your outdoor leadership skills.
With the support of experienced outdoor educators, you'll help bring
outdoor, experiential education to students within the beautiful
Columbia Slough Watershed. Get the full volunteer position description
and application instructions here.
Office Volunteers - Fall Season
you efficient, organized and detail-oriented? Do you enjoy
color-coding? Are you a wiz with Excel? If you answered yes to any of
the above questions, consider joining the Columbia Slough Watershed
Council’s team of volunteer office assistants. Help us serve our
community and pursue our mission to foster action to protect, enhance,
restore and revitalize the Slough and its watershed. Learn more about
the position here.
to improve your outdoor leadership skills? Hone your teaching style?
Consider applying to become our Slough School Education Intern this
Slough School Education Intern will prepare and deliver field-based
educational and stewardship programs and classroom-based educational
presentations to K-12 students attending schools within the Columbia
Slough Watershed. She/He will also collaborate on weekend community
stewardship events and assist with general council activities. View the
full position description here.