Bike Path Cleanup

In 1998 Lane County Audubon made a commitment to the city of Eugene by "adopting" the westerly end (about 5 miles) of West Eugene's Fern Ridge Bike Path. Audubon's decision expresses our dedication to keeping Eugene's waterways an inviting habitat for wildlife and a safe and clean area for recreation.

 
Do you want to keep our bike paths green? Then sign up to join our crew. Time involved is just a few hours, 2 times per year. You can join us on an occasional or regular basis.
 
 

Volunteer Opportunity: Bike Path Clean-Up 4/11/21

On Sunday, April 11th, 2021 from 9am-noon, Lane County Audubon Society is hosting our bi-annual Bike Path Clean-Up. We’re seeking volunteers to help clean up a two-mile area of West Eugene’s Fern Ridge Bike Path, and the bonus is you get to watch birds along the path while you work!

Date: 
Sunday, April 11, 2021 - 9:00am
Location: 
Fern Ridge Bike Path, Bertleson & Stewart Rds.

CANCELED DUE TO COVID 19 CONCERNS--Bike Path Cleanup Sunday April 26

The Bike Path Clean Up will run from 9am-noon on Sunday April 26.
We will meet near the Euphoria Chocolate Company at Stewart Road and Bertelsen, just north of West 11th. Please volunteer to help! If you are interested in participating, email April Paulson aprilpaulson23@yahoo.com.

 

Date: 
Sunday, April 26, 2020 - 9:00am

Saturday, October 14, Bike Path Clean Up—Volunteers Needed

In 1998 Lane County Audubon made a commitment to the city of Eugene by “adopting” the westerly end (about 5 miles) of West Eugene’s Fern Ridge Bike Path. Audubon’s decision expresses our dedication to keeping Eugene’s waterways as an inviting habitat for wildlife and a safe and clean area for recreation. Please consider joining this volunteer effort. All levels of effort are welcome. FMI call Phil Johnson at 541.731.7439.

Date: 
Saturday, October 14, 2017 - 9:00am
Location: 
Fern Ridge Bike Path

Fern Ridge Bike Path Cleanup Set for Sat., Nov. 14, 9:00 a.m.


Almost 45 years ago, city of Eugene staffers and a few dedicated citizens formed the first Eugene Bicycle Committee. By 1972, they had established the city’s first budget for bikeways—a whopping $30,000, used mostly to match state and federal transportation grants.

Date: 
Saturday, November 14, 2015 - 9:00am
Location: 
Meet at Stewart Pond Overlook