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Wed. May 20, 6-8 PM: Indoor Workshop. Learn to ID and control current and potential aquatic invaders. Location: Corvallis Plant Materials Center. Light refreshments and Water Weed Field Guide provided.
Saturday, May 30th, from 1-4pm Discover the surprising history and uses of Corvallis' shortest stream on the free Mill Race "Flour Power" Tour. This will be the 8th annual Corvallis Urban Creek Tour. Did you know that the Mill Race in South Corvallis was a principal economic driver for early Corvallis? Local experts will lead you on this free guided tour of the Mill Race, where you will discover it's history, biology, and noteworthy features. Choose either a guided bicycle tour or ride on the City's trolley. To register for the creek tour, email Heath Keirstead at email@example.com A second tour on Saturday, June 13th from 1-4pm - The Lower Marys River Paddle - will take you past the inlet and outlet of the Mill Race and on an adventure experiencing places you have never seen in Corvallis. You need to provide your own canoe or kayak. To register for the paddle tour, contact Dave Eckert at firstname.lastname@example.org These Mill Race events are sponsored by Benton County Soil and Water Conservation District, City of Corvallis Stormwater Program, Corvallis Sustainability Coalition Water Action Team and May's River Watershed Council.
Thurs. June 11, 10:30-3:30: River-based Workshop. Learn to ID and survey for current and potential aquatic invaders while paddling on the Willamette. Bring your own boat or reserve a space in a Willamette Riverkeeper canoe. Water Weed Field Guide provided.
Sat. June 20, 10:00-3:00: River Weed Pull. Join us in protecting fish and wildlife habitat as we paddle and pull on the Willamette. Bring your own boat or reserve a space in a Willamette Riverkeeper canoe.
Wed. June 24, 10:00-3:00: River Weed Pull. Join us in protecting fish and wildlife habitat as we paddle and pull on the Willamette. Bring your own boat or reserve a space in a Willamette Riverkeeper canoe.
All events are free of charge. If you would like more information or to sign up, please contact email@example.com.
Sponsored by Benton Soil & Water Conservation District, Willamette Riverkeeper, ODA Oregon State Weed Board, Meyer Memorial Trust, and Oregon Parks and Recreation Department.
Marys River Watershed Council
PO Box 1041
Corvallis, OR 97339-1041