Co-Creating a Sustainable Future

Even though the Coronavirus is resulting in a number of significant changes and the Columbia Gorge Community College has indefinitely postponed Spring term classes, the course “Co-Creating a Sustainable Future” will still be hosted via Zoom by Milt Markewitz. Do you want to better...

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Events & Outreach Director

Position: Events & Outreach Director Compensation: $40-44K and benefits (medical/vision, dental, life ins; PTO; retirement match; flexible schedule) Hours: 40 hours/week, full time, some evenings and weekends required Reports to: Executive Director Closing Date: 5pm December 12, 2019  ...

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Non Trivial Trivia

Join GPSEN and Participatory Budgeting Oregon for a night of civics trivia! Think you know your local government? Put it to the test at the Oregon Public House, Thursday November 21, from 6:30-9:30. There will be prizes for the winners and fun for everyone, as well as an opportunity to learn more...

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Drinking from the Well: The Sacred Work of Grief

Grief enters our lives through many gateways, including the death of loved ones, relationship endings, intractable conflicts, chronic illness, cultural loss, ancestral trauma, major life transitions, or from the overwhelming concerns and social injustice and ecological collapse in our devastated...

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24th Annual Columbia Slough Regatta

Join the Columbia Slough Watershed Council for Regatta, an on the water paddle festival like no other, Sunday, August 11th from 10am to 2pm.  Regatta celebrates recreation opportunities on Portland’s hidden gem of local waterways, the Columbia Slough.  Regatta is not actually a race; this family...

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MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR

The Mother Earth News Fair is your passport to money-saving hacks, health-boosting remedies, and environmental strategies from leading experts and entrepreneurs around the country. In addition to presentations and hands-on workshops, you’ll encounter a vast marketplace abounding with innovative...

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The Time is Now! Global & Local Sustainability Education

Join us for the 2019 SPARC Faculty Development Workshop which focuses on the critical global and local efforts to support incorporating sustainability into any and all curriculum in the next 10 years. UNESCO has a new 10-year plan with practical steps – “Education for Sustainable...

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Lifestyle Medicine: Food As Medicine

Dr. Charlie Ross, with Dr. John McDougall, Dr. Robyn Dreibelbis and Scott Wagnon, PA-C, will share the benefits of a plant-based diet and its impact on health and wellness. This program is accredited for 5 AOA Category 1-A Continuing Medical Education credits. While this program is designed as...

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FREE Naturescaping Basics Workshop

Learn to create a low-maintenance landscape that conserves water, minimizes pollution, and creates habitat. Get natural gardening & design tips that mimic nature, and make your garden a healthy place for children, pets and wildlife.

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FREE Beneficial Insects Workshop

Are you battling pests in your urban garden? Meet the beetles, bugs, flies, lacewings and other invertebrates such as spiders and centipedes that work around the clock to provide free pest control. You will discover plant types and management practices that provide habitat to attract and sustain...

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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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