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.
 
 

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