with ranger James of Metro

with a Friends/SOLV planting party

•  Chair of Friends of Baltimore Woods, a volunteer organization dedicated to preserving and restoring the Baltimore Woods corridor which fills a critical gap in the Willamette greenway between Cathedral and Pier Park in north Portland. This unique urban woodland is recognized for its native oak habitat but faces development pressure that could spoil its natural value. Trees such as Oregon white oak, madrone, and big-leaf maple provide food and shelter for a variety of birds, mammals, and other species. See Friends of Baltimore Woods upcoming events.
• Chair of Friends of Cathedral Park Neighborhood Association since 2006 and participate in
• St Johns Plan citizen’s advisory, 2004
• Cathedral Park Master Plan citizen’s advisory, 2009
• St. Johns Farmer’s Market promotion committee
• St. Johns Main Street Coalition promo committee
• meetings of the North Reach River Plan, and the Portland Harbor Superfund Citizen’s Advisory.

native flowering currant replaces invasive species removed by volunteers


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