The Nature of Cities Festival

The Nature of Cities Festival pushes boundaries to radically imagine our cities for the future. A virtual festival that spans 5 days with programming across five regional time zones, and provided in multiple languages. The festival focuses on facilitating transdisciplinary dialogue, small group...

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One Earth Award

The One Earth Award offers $1,000 scholarships to students whose works address the pressing issue of human-caused climate change. To apply, submit your work to any category in the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. At the end of your application, opt in to the One Earth Award. You will be...

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Beautiful Creatures of Oregon’s Marine Reserves

Surfrider is partnering with Elizabeth Jones Art Center to do a virtual Marine Reserves series. For each event, participants will learn about marine reserves in general, specific information about the focus reserve, and research happening in that reserve. Afterwards, there will be an art class to...

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Does Art Matter?

Does Art Matter? A Reflection on GPSEN’s Sustainability Symposium Series “Arts and Activism” Webinar By, Neeraja Havaligi, GPSEN Executive Director Art, a thread A memory, of the past and the present, A reminder, for the future, Art. Art, Opens senses, Multiplies capacity finds...

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Family Fish Camp

A fun-filled weekend where families learn fishing skills together while staying overnight at Camp Angelos on the Sandy River. Kids and adults can fish the pond, play games, plan their next fishing adventure, and participate in various session activities led by expert anglers from the Association...

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Climate Collaboratory: Artivists for the Planet

We, The World’s Monthly Online Interactive Welcome to WE! Show   Hosted by Karen Palmer and Rick Ulfik   Climate Collaboratory: Artivists for the Planet Panel Discussion and Online Broadcast Tuesday December 17th at 6PM Eastern Time (USA) Watch LIVE at: https://www.facebook.com/TheWeCampaign...

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What is the Future of the Portland Harbor?

Join Willamette Riverkeepers’ Travis Williams and photographer Jon Gottshall at Gallery 114 for a discussion of the current state of the Portland Harbor superfund cleanup, what the future plans for restoration are. Come listen and participate in the discussion. Free and open to the...

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Fun Fall Fair

Community Energy Project has partnered with a handful of local artisans and vendors at this great event! Just in time before the holiday season. Food and various beers on tap will be available for purchase. Plus enter a variety of raffles and great prizes with some low key music setting the scene...

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Education Coordinator

SCRAP is searching for an energetic, outgoing individual to join our team of Education Program Coordinators. This 32 hour per week position is responsible for facilitating SCRAP’s Education Programs, including field trips, teaching reuse in classrooms, workshops, kids camps, birthday parties, and...

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