A half-day forum on community-driven greenspace projects
What is it?
- A half-day forum to share information and strategies on community driven neighborhood park, natural area, and other greenspace projects.
- An opportunity to inspire and educate new community greenspace advocates.
- Provide a forum to discuss strategies for effective and successful community organizing, outreach to diverse communities, fund raising, effective collaboration with local governments, the media, businesses, and non-profit organizations.
Who should come?
Individuals interested in learning how to develop and implement a neighborhood green space projects, including trails, community gardens, natural area acquisition and restoration, or other public greenspace efforts.
What are the details?
- Lunch & Snacks Provided
- Advanced registration requested (details pending)
- Event Capacity 80
- Childcare Available
- Spanish Language Translation Available Right Here
Who will be there?
Project presenters: Friends of Gateway Green, Nadaka Nature Park and Garden Project, Let’s Build Thomas Cully Park, Green Lents, Depave, and the Portland Parks Foundation.
There will be lunchtime screening of a local advocacy film “Lonely Tree: Old Growth in Peril at 3-Creeks.”