Click this link to access the Agenda for the April 19th General Meeting
Join us this Saturday at Arbor Lodge Park! Anytime from 9:00 AM through noon, meet at the west baseball diamonds to pick your task, such as weeding or spreading bark mulch. We have all of the supplies needed, just bring yourself for an hour or two. This is a great way to meet neighbors and contribute to your park. Lunch will be provided to volunteers. See you there!
It's almost that time again... Last Friday Happy Hour is around the corner!
Friday, March 30, 2012
5:30 - 6:30 PM
Once a month, on the last Friday, meet your neighbors at a rotating venue in or around Arbor Lodge. Check our website each month for details on the next gathering.
Portland Fruit Tree Project is a small non-profit that organizes neighbors to share in the harvest and care of urban fruit trees. They register fruit and nut trees throughout the city, bring people together to harvest and distribute thousands of pounds of fresh fruit each year to those who need it most, and teach tree care and food preservation in hands-on workshops.
You can register a tree in your yard or become a Tree Scout who registers new fruit trees in the neighborhood.
For more information, please visit the Portland Fruit Tree Project website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Columbia Slough Watershed Council is organizing a Columbia Slough Walk starting at Kenton Park and wants to invite neighbors to join them.
Slough Tour: Watershed WalkSaturday, March 31, 9am - 11amMeet at Kenton Park (NE corner), N Brandon & N Argyle
Explore your watershed on a 4.6 mile walking tour guided by Executive Director Jane Van Dyke. Discover the walking trails in the Kenton neighborhood and learn about the Columbia Slough waterway. Pre-registration requested at www.columbiaslough.org. Suitable for adults and teens aged 12 and up.