Sign-Up to Attend Fall Stormwater Stars Workshops
Stormwater Stars workshops demonstrate the skills and tools to manage rain that falls in the areas where we live, work, and play. Workshops take place entirely outdoors, rain or shine, and are FREE and open to everyone.
Refreshments, tools, materials, safety gear and instruction will be provided. Workshop attendees will have the chance to learn through direct experience by digging, lifting, carrying, planting and/or joining the conversation around rain! We invite folks to participate as much as they are able (you don't necessarily need to stay for the entire workshop, or help with every workshop task). For physical, cultural, technological and/or any other accommodation to workshops, please call 503-823-2862 or email
After signing up, you will be contacted by Watershed Resource Center staff to confirm your RSVP and provide further information including exact address of your workshop. Feel free to select multiple workshop dates below to attend.
-----IMPORTANT-----Please let us know in advance if you are unable or choose not to attend. If you need to cancel your registration, simply call (503) 823-2862 or email
Thank you for signing up!
Stormwater Practices Featured at Each Workshop:
October 5 - creating permeable paths, soil amendment, native plants for erosion control and rain management
October 19 - concrete removal to be replaced by permeable surface, soil amendment, native plants for rain management
November 1 - creating permeable paths, native plants for erosion control and rain management
Which workshop will you be attending?
Saturday, October 5th in Hillsdale neighborhood. 10am-2pm
Saturday, October 19th in Maplewood neighborhood. 1030am-1230pm
Friday, November 1st in Ashcreek neighborhood. 3-5pm
How many people will be attending?
Optional: If you have any, please share your questions, concerns, and thoughts regarding stormwater management.
How did you hear about Stormwater Stars?
From a neighbor or community member
Neighborhood or community meeting
Watershed Resource Center website
Green Living Journal
For physical, cultural, technological and/or other accommodations to workshops please let us know below
Stormwater Stars, Watershed Resource Center and Southwest Neighborhoods Inc. do not discriminate in our programs, services, activities, and materials on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity (including gender expression), sexual orientation, disability, age, marital status, familial/parental status, economic status, political beliefs, veteran's status, and reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity.
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