Join Us October 25th for No Ivy Day 2014!
Stay tuned for more information as we near the 11th annual No Ivy Day Celebration.....
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Work Site Map
Portland Parks and Recreation Sites
Remove ivy from your local natural areas.
Site Description: PP&R and the Friends of Balitmore Woods invite you to join us for the removal of English Ivy and other invasive weeds in beautiful Baltimore Woods! Our work area for the day is on recently-acquired public property adjacent to Cathedral Park and it really needs some love; so come help us get it ready to be a healthier place for people and wildlife!
We'll provide gloves, tools, training and snacks. Volunteers will meet at the intersection of N Decatur St and N Alta Ave and work from 9am-12pm. This site has a capacity of 30 people. Visit www.friendsofbaltimorewoods.org for more details.
Site Coordinator: Marissa Dorais
Site Description: No Ivy League Field Headquarters. Gather here on October 25th for Forest Park work parties and afterward for our celebration! Volunteers meeting here will hike ~1 mile to our ivy removal location in the park.
Site Coordinator: Kevin McWhirter
George Himes City Park
Address: SW Nebraska St, Portland, OR 97239
Marquam Nature Park: Shelter
Address: SW Marquam St Portland, OR 97201
Marquam Nature Park: SW 12th and Gaines
Site Description: Partner with the Homstead Neighborhood Association and Portland Parks to continue ivy removal this recently updated entrance to beautiful Marquam Nature Park!
Address: 3730 SW 12th Ave, Portland, OR 97239
Site Coordinator: Susan Egnor
Woods Memorial Natural Area
Address: SW Wood Pkwy, Portland, OR 97219
Work sites hosted by other organizations.
Site Description:Tryon Creek State Natural Area is a 670-acre natural area owned by Oregon Parks & Rec Dept. Dedicated volunteers have cleared over 200 acres of invasive species and are committed to removing the plants without the uses of chemicals. We can handle up to 100 volunteers. Check out Friends of Tryon Creek !
Site Coordinator: Sarah Kreisman
Ivy removal sites outside of the Portland Metro area.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is No Ivy Day?
No Ivy Day is an annual ivy removal event in Portland, Oregon started in 2003 focused on providing stewardship opportunities in our beloved natural areas while raising awareness of the challenges they face.
8:45 am - Work parties begin around the city
12:00 pm - Work wraps up
12:30 pm - Celebration at Lower Macleay begins. Refreshments, mingling, guest speakers
2:00 pm - Celebration winds down, thanks for another great year!
What should I bring to an ivy removal work party?
Please be prepared for dirty work, long sleeves, long pants, sturdy shoes and a water bottle are a must! Most work sites will provide gloves and tools unless specified, check out their site description to make sure.
What if I didn't RSVP for a work site by Oct. 17th?
There are currently no 2014 sponsors.
Contact Us to become a No Ivy Day 2014 sponsor.