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 Attracting Pollinators to the Urban Garden Workshop

Learn about the bees, flies, beetles, moths and butterflies that provide vital pollination services in urban gardens, and discover which plants can help attract and support them. We will go beyond the bloom so you can find out how to provide water, shelter, nesting, and overwintering sites.

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Webinar: Integrating Energy, Earth and Environmental Education

Registration deadline: Friday, May 3 This webinar introduces Energy, Earth and Environmental Education (E4) – an emerging approach informs about energy solutions to climate change. Join fellow Energy, Earth and Environmental Educators (E4) to share best practices and learn new techniques. It is a...

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Volunteer Opportunity: Outdoor Mentors for Diverse Portland Youth

Urban Nature Partners PDX is recruiting outdoor mentors for youth from marginalized communities that are finishing 4th grade. Introduce an awesome young person to urban greenspaces and activities, and enjoy being part of a dynamic, small organization of passionate adults! 10 hours per month...

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Volunteer at the Children’s Clean Water Festival

The Children’s Clean Water Festival is a one-day environmental education event for 4th grade students from around the Portland Metro area. The Festival reinforces STEM, Common Core and Next Generation Science concepts through water-focused classroom presentations, exhibits and stage shows....

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Intertwine Summit 2019

Partners and friends, please mark your calendars for the biggest event of The Intertwine Alliance year: INTERTWINE SUMMIT 2019 Investing in NatureMonday, April 29 noon to 5:30 p.m., with reception to follow Summit highlights: Meera Bhat, director of the North America Cities Network of The Nature...

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FREE Attracting Pollinators to the Urban Garden Workshop

Learn about the bees, flies, beetles, moths and butterflies that provide vital pollination services in urban gardens, and discover which plants can help attract and support them. We will go beyond the bloom so you can find out how to provide water, shelter, nesting, and overwintering sites.

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Education 2030: The Future Depends on Us!

Sociology Instructor and GPSEN Programs Coordinator Kim Smith will highlight the work of PCC, our regional Greater Portland Sustainability Education Network (GPSEN), and the United Nations, through efforts to advance the power of education to help create a sustainable future. Come learn how you...

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