Livestaking Trees with Crystal Springs Partnership

Crystal Springs Partnership and Portland Parks & Recreation team up on the regular in the name of habitat restoration! Thursday, January 17th, they will be mulching plants and livestaking native trees at the Brannen Property Natural Area near Westmoreland Park. WHY: Livestaking involves driving freshly cut tree branches into the bare ground. When conditions are […]

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2017 Yard Tree Giveaway

Free trees to beautify your yard! Breathe deep and get dirty! PP&R Urban Forestry’s Yard Tree Giveaway provides free trees for city dwellers to plant on private property. Early registration is encouraged. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2017 In partnership with the Johnson Creek Watershed Council, this event will be held in the Centennial neighborhood. The first 50 trees have […]

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Community Workshop on Selecting Trees for your Home

Want to learn about what trees to place in your yard or planting strip? Join the Lents and Brentwood-Darlington Tree Teams and Julie Fukuda from Urban Forestry for a FREE community workshop! Event is a colloboration between Urban Forestry, Green Lents, and Johnson Creek Watershed Council. In this workshop, Lents community members will explore interesting tree […]

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Planting with Friends of Trees at Errol heights

Sat, November 19, 9am – 1pm Where 4543 SE Harney Dr Portland, OR 97206 (map) This planting is in conjunction with Portland Parks and Recreation, Bureau of Environmental Services, Metro, Friends of Errol Heights, and The Johnson Creek Watershed Council! This is the second of four plantings at a newly acquired addition to Errol Heights Natural […]

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Brentwood-Darlington/Lents Inventory Work Day #3

Meet others in your neighborhood, learn tree identification skills, and contribute to the future planning of our urban forest! Tree Team Leaders will lead teams of volunteers in collecting information on street trees in assigned neighborhood cross sections. Data collected will include tree species, health, diameter (DBH), and site conditions. Surveys require two to three hours of […]

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