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Community members have upcoming opportunities to help clean up the city's natural areas.

Community members have several more opportunities to help clean up Lake Oswego's natural areas this year.

People can help volunteer to restore local park habitats during work parties led by the Friends of the Parks group.

The next work party will be at Woodmont Park from 10 a.m. to noon on Sunday, Sept. 26. Another effort will take place at the same time and location on Sunday, Oct. 3. Other work parties this year take place at Hallinan Woods, Springbrook Park, Iron Mountain Park, Freepons Park and Southwood Park.

People need to register in advance, though no experience is required and families are welcome.

To coordinate a group to do a work party and to volunteer, contact Parks Stewardship Coordinator Babs Hamachek at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 503-534-5697. Check the website for updates due to changing weather conditions and pandemic regulations.

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