What People Are Saying:

"It felt like a great escape from the classroom, and made me wish we could take our kids outside every day. We slowly walked back to school, wishing to be outside all day." — Partner Teacher with our Slough School Program

What People Are Saying:

"I enjoy volunteering with the Council because it keeps me engaged with 'real life' environmental issues and people." — Council volunteer

Recent News

  • New Volunteer positions now open!

    Join us as a volunteer Slough School Educator or Office Assistant!

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  • Aquifer Adventure - Discover Your Inner Pirate!

    Join us September 13th from Noon-4 PM at Aquifer Adventure for a FREE afternoon of piratical fun. Big and little pirates alike are invited to this free family festival all about groundwater, with free T-shirts for the first 300 kids!

    This event is full of hands-on activities, giving participants of all ages the chance to learn about hidden treasure - not gold, but groundwater, a precious resource that flows below your feet!  Come dressed in your finest pirate togs, or just learn to speak like a pirate when you arrive.

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  • Position Opening - Stewardship Director (Part-time)

    Now accepting applications for the position of Stewardship Director!  For position description and details see the employment section of our website.


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  • Connecting the Community to the Watershed

    Learn about our work in the Columbia Slough Watershed.
    Pro bono video production by Jeff Ball.

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Volunteer Paddle and Potluck

Tuesday September 23, 4:00pm

Have you volunteered with the Council in the last year? Join us for our Fall volunteer appreciation event!

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Nadaka Park Festival

Saturday September 27, 12:00pm

Celebrate this great community space. Better yet, volunteer!

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Council Meeting

Monday September 29, 5:00pm

The Council's monthly meeting. Open to visitors.

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