Join Columbia Riverkeeper for its “Happy Hour for Habitat” at Nichols Natural Area on Wednesday, June 19 from 6-7:30 p.m.

“In order to restore Nichols Natural Area, a former industrial site, into a thriving riparian habitat, we need your help with a few projects, including weeding and mulching,” said a Riverkeeper press release.

Come after work; pizza and drinks will be provided. RSVP at bit.ly/June19Nichols.

About Nichols Natural Area

Columbia Riverkeeper holds a conservation easement to restore nearly three acres of a former industrial site on the Columbia River in Hood River. Every person who visits the waterfront will see this high-profile site. The students and community members who help design, implement, and manage the natural area will gain pride and ownership by making a brownfield turn green.

Its vision for the Nichols Natural Area: Engage, educate and inspire the diverse communities of the Columbia River Gorge to turn a former industrial site into vibrant riverfront habitat. Learn more at columbiariverkeeper.org/our-work-engaging-communities-nichols-natural-area.

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