VolunteerSpreading paddlesports throughout the community.
We’re always looking for enthusiastic volunteers who are ready to get out on the water and make a difference.
Our goal has always been to introduce others to the lifelong sport of paddling, helping people become self-sufficient, safe, and knowledgeable paddlers. We’re dedicated to getting as many people on the water every year as possible. Kayaking not only presents the opportunity to learn about local history and ecology we also recognize that getting out on the water can be a lot of fun.
In the pursuit of this mission it takes more hands than just our staff. So whether you’re a seasoned kayaker or new to the sport (and eager to learn) there is a spot for you on our team. Through the years it’s been some of our most dedicated volunteers that have grown to be the backbone of our business and staff. We’ve been able to develop novice into certified instructors with individuals ages 15 and 50 alike. We place the emphasis on hardwork, initiative, and relationships – so think about it and come be a part of our eNRG family.
Team River RunnerHelping Our Wounded Veterans
- Team River Runner believes that every wounded and disabled veteran deserves the opportunity to embrace new challenges, invoke leadership, and promote camaraderie. Team River Runner provides an outlet to fulfill these beliefs – inviting wounded and disabled war veterans and their families to participate in adaptive paddling programs.
Adaptive Sports NorthwestHealth, Healing, & New Challenges
- Adaptive Sports Northwest exists, not only to provide adaptive sports and recreation opportunities to those in Oregon & SW Washington, but to tap the potential of possibility in each individual who participates with us. We believe that everyone learns life lessons through sport. Through fair play, integrity and passion people can improve all aspects of their lives.
We Love Clean RiversTurning Restoration into Recreation
- We Love Clean Rivers, Inc. is a 501©3 non‐profit organization dedicated to cleaning high use rivers by mobilizing the river recreation community in partnership with local environmental, recreation and educational organizations.
Willamette Falls Legacy ProjectRediscover the Falls
- The Willamette Falls Legacy Project is a collaborative partnership between Oregon City, Clackamas County, Metro and the Governor’s Regional Solutions Team. It seeks to revitalize the site of the former Blue Heron Paper Mill in Oregon City, which went into Chapter 7 bankruptcy several years ago and closed in 2011.