Metro Bond Nature for All Celebration

Greater Portland residents said yes to clean water, healthy fish and wildlife habitat, and nature close to home by investing $475 million in their regional park system. Results show Metro’s parks and nature bond measure passing with 67 percent of the vote, making it possible to buy and restore...

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Parks and Nature Bond for Greater Portland

Greater Portland residents said yes to clean water, healthy fish and wildlife habitat, and nature close to home by investing $475 million in their regional park system. Results show Metro’s parks and nature bond measure passing with 67 percent of the vote, making it possible to buy and restore...

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Free Stream Stewards Workshops

Make new friends and help the community stay clean and green while learning about our local environment, native plants, and wildlife. The seven-week Stream Stewards course offered by Clark Public Utilities StreamTeam will increase your awareness of geology, hydrology, riparian habitat, native and...

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Friends of Tryon Creek EcoCrew

Here at Tryon Creek there is a long tradition of community lead park stewardship. You can join these efforts to maintain and improve the park by volunteering for Eco Crew. Led by Friends of Tryon Creek staff instruction, gloves and tools are always provided. Volunteer tasks include trail...

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The Intertwine Alliance Strategic Plan

Today The Intertwine Alliance is launching its new strategic plan! Guided by your input over the past year, we’ve set three clear and focused goals, and developed strategies to reach them. The goals are: Create and promote a compelling and specific vision for our region’s parks, trails and...

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Fall Nature Educator Orientation at Tryon Creek

Have you ever wondered what it looks like when a child gets to see a 100 year old tree for the first time?  What about the thrill of helping a student discover their role within the watershed?  Do you yearn to finally catch a glimpse of an owl while 10 sets of eyes excitedly follow your finger in...

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NATURE FOR ALL CAMPAIGN LAUNCH

This November, voters throughout our region will have the opportunity to continue protecting rivers and wetlands, habitat and open space, as well as to invest in parks, by renewing the Nature for All bond. Please join us as we launch the campaign to pass this exciting and...

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Aquifer Adventure

Big and little pirates alike are welcome to join us for a family festival all about groundwater!  Play fun games and go on a scavenger hunt in search of hidden treasure – not gold, but groundwater, a precious resource that flows beneath your feet!  Come dressed in yer finest pirate togs, or...

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Outdoor School Curriculum and Professional Development Coordinator

The Division of University Outreach and Engagement, Extension Service is seeking a Outdoor School Curriculum and Professional Development Coordinator at Oregon State University. This is a full-time (1.00 FTE) 12-month, fixed term professional faculty position. Reappointment is at the discretion of...

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Bark Base Camp

For two decades, Bark has worked to create opportunities for people to experience the forest firsthand and to learn about the flora, fauna, rivers & meadows, as well as the threats posed by industrial logging. Bark’s boots-on-the-ground approach strengthens our advocacy and legal tactics and...

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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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