English Ivy

By Noah Jenkins If you sit through all the credits to “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off,” there’s a final scene where Ferris comes out of his room, looks into the camera incredulously, and says, “You’re still here?  It’s over!  Go home!”  With all the effort that’s gone into removing it over the past twenty-plus years, some […]

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Should Salmon Care About Trees?

By Volunteer Mario Mora We have all seen the bumper stickers stating, “Trees Are The Answer”.  Naturally one asks, “Well, what is the question?” With this article we are going to look at the effect of trees have on the well being of salmon.  In other words in this article we’re going to ask the […]

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Volunteer Opportunity with our Friends at International Trails Symposium

The International Trail Symposim is coming to Portland on May 17- 20, 2015. The Symposium addresses every aspect of trails, greenways, and blueways. It is sponsored by American Trails every two years to bring together trail and greenway advocates, managers, planners, and users, as well as tourism and business interests.The Symposium includes numerous educational sessions […]

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Soil School 2015

Soil School 2015! Soil School 2015 will be a day packed full of information for small farmers, landscapers, gardeners, grounds managers and anyone else who wants to improve their soil.  The health of your soil determines the health of everything growing in it—the food you eat and the crops you produce. When:  Saturday, April 4, […]

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Invasive Species Media Design Contest for High School Students and Teachers

Calling all high school students and teachers: Take part in the Oregon Invasive Species Council’s “Don’t Let it Loose” Media Design Contest! This is a great  opportunity for Oregon Teachers and students to win cash for their classroom and engage students in a STEM Project that relates to understanding and protecting our aquatic resources.  The […]

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