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Upcoming projects, Festival discussion

3 days ago

FoF Meeting

May 4, 2015, 6:00pm

Carlino's Pizza & Deli

Upcoming projects, Festival discussion

Barbara Wagoner Jones, Chad Olin and 1 other like this

Barbara Wagoner JonesSee you there3 days ago

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<Sad Face> 51 plants were uprooted in Fairview Woods.. ... See MoreSee Less

3 days ago

Sandi Towns Burgwin and Carol Kudrna Bodenschatz like this

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Friends of FairviewUnfortunately, Public Work director is out sick today. If anybody is interested. 10am Tomorrow morning Darren and I will try and save and replant the plants. Anybody is welcome to come. bring a shovel or trowel...1   ·  2 days ago

Friends of FairviewWe'll need a plan. We could be up for battle of wills.3 days ago

Friends of FairviewJust pulled them up.3 days ago

Portland Community ToolBankSo sorry to hear this. The Portland Community ToolBank is happy to loan tools complimentary if you choose to replant again.1   ·  3 days ago

Francis Doosucks big time...they must not have liked the fact that we were trying to make the park a better place...okole lua's....1   ·  3 days ago

Lauri Turnbow KreamierWhat! Why would someone do this...Argh.3 days ago

Krista Scudder WoolseyTerrible2 days ago

Kimberly Blegen😞 why, why, why?!?!3 days ago

Leah DickeyThank you for your dedication. Such a pointless act.3 days ago

Rose South MeiggsMaybe a big bad Beaver did it!2 days ago

Rose South MeiggsSeriously? Stolen? We actually had three antique bird cages stolen off of our front porch - and I believe our neighbor had cushions stolen off of theirs. Good grief!! We are getting security cameras.......Sad Face x 2!3 days ago

Sandi Towns BurgwinWTF, what is wrong with society today....grow up people.3 days ago

Barbara Wagoner JonesTerrible! . Can they be replanted?3 days ago

Karol Krohn Brown:( What kind of plants? Contact media...let them tell the story. I am sure you will get 10 fold back from the GOOD out there.3 days ago

Kecia RiordanWTH???3 days ago

Andrea ConverySeriously???!!! That is awful!!3 days ago

Jennifer LighthartThat's just rotten smh3 days ago

Theresa Delaney DavisGeez! Maybe it's time to put some of the fallen logs and other things over that Rockpile area. Likely kids. Maybe a gardener?2 days ago

Carol Kudrna BodenschatzHow sad! Hope you can replace them soon3 days ago

Sarale HicksonNeed some help replanting? A certain 6 yr old and I could go out there tomorrow afternoon.3 days ago

Sarale HicksonDude. That sucks. Did they take the plants or just pull them up?3 days ago

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Fairview Earth Day 2015 in photos with East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District , Solve and Portland Community ToolBank ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Earth Day Thank You
Thank you to our volunteers that showed up Saturday to plant 400 Nootka Roses. Nice work!!!
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Nicole Johnson-Jara, Claire Lider and 10 others like this

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Sarale Hickson5   ·  2 weeks ago

Sarale Hicksonthanks for the opportunity.2   ·  2 weeks ago

Sarale HicksonWhat 400 2 gallon pots look like when you have finished.6   ·  2 weeks ago

Nicole Johnson-JaraThank you for your hard work!!1   ·  2 weeks ago

Theresa Delaney DavisThank you so much! What a great group and it looks like the weather was cooperative.2   ·  2 weeks ago

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Councilor Brian Cooper, while on COPP patrol, digging some holes for this Saturday's SOLVE event. ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Shirley Root Craddick, Lynette Boutelle and 15 others like this

Keith A KudrnaSo he is good for something.6   ·  2 weeks ago

Nicole Johnson-JaraNice work! 👍🏼1   ·  2 weeks ago

Tim Votaw Jr.Way To Go Mr. Councilor !2 weeks ago

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Going to be a beautiful day to volunteer for Earth Day. ... See MoreSee Less

This year the Earth day project is to finish what we started last year. 63 people joined us last year to clean Fairview woods of invasive species and as part of the City's effort to rehabilitate the park, we are going to plant Nootka Rose in spots throughout the park. Bring some gloves, a shovel and your desire to make the community a better place. Register Here: solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/fairview-earth-day

3 weeks ago

SOLVE/Earth Day event - Plantings

April 18, 2015, 9:00am

Fairview Woods Wetlands City Park

This year the Earth day project is to finish what we started last year. 63 people joined us last year to clean Fairview woods of invasive species and as part of the City's effort to rehabilitate the park, we are going to plant Nootka Rose in spots throughout the park. Bring some gloves, a shovel and your desire to make the community a better place. Register Here: solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/fairview-earth-day