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Foreign Language Scavenger Hunt - 2/2

For all ages and perfect for kids, the scavenger hunt will be a fun and challenging way to experience new languages and learn more about the different cultures included in The Book of Unknown Americans

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Transportation Advisory Board
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Stewardship Work Party at Woodmont Park

Plant and Pull in Woodmont Park

April 7, SU 1–3p
Bring a friend and join Friends of Woodmont Park to remove invasive species that threaten the native species. Once the ground is clear, grab a shovel and help nestle tender native species into the forest floor to restore the natural area. The pollinators that depend on native species thank you for restoring their natural habitat!

Park at the intersection of Atwater Rd and Knaus Rd., Lake Oswego. Woodmont Park is down a wide graveled trail that runs along an old orchard.
Contact: Heidi Schrimsher 503-754-6640 or heidigarden@msn.com

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Stewardship Work Party at Iron Mt. Park

 

Free the Trees in Iron Mountain Park

April 7, SU 1–3p
Spring has Sprung and this means Mother Nature has been busy! Join Friends of Iron Mt. Park as they remove invasive species that crowd out the native species. The native species thank you for clearing the forest of invasive species that compete for the sun and soil. Native plants are essential to the pollinators, birds and animals that call this forest their home. Make sure to allow extra time to wander the soft paths that wind through the 50 acres of forest to the eagle’s eye viewing platform.

Parking: Take graveled Brookside Rd to the trail head that is behind the Oswego Hunt Club.  Brookside Rd. is off of Twin Fir Rd.
Contact: Mike Buck 503-914-8607 or m.bucks@comcast.net

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Stewardship Work Party at Iron Mt. Park

Free the Trees in Iron Mountain Park

April 7, SU 1–3p


Spring has Sprung and this means Mother Nature has been busy! Join Friends of Iron Mt. Park as they remove invasive species that crowd out the native species. The native species thank you for clearing the forest of invasive plants that compete for the sun and soil. Make sure to allow extra time to wander the soft paths that wind through the 50 acres of forest to the eagle’s eye viewing platform.

Parking: Take graveled Brookside Rd. to the trail head parking lot, that is behind the Hunt Club.  Brookside Rd. is off of Twin Fir Rd.
Contact: Mike Buck 503-914-8607 or m.bucks@comcast.ne

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Build a "Nature Play" Area in Springbrook Park

Build a “Nature Play” Area  in Springbrook Park!

April 20, SA 9-11a

Help create a one-of-a-kind of “nature play” area in Springbrook Park!  We’ll clear a place in the woods where children can play, dig, climb, make trails and explore…all while learning about nature! Join Friends of Springbrook Park to remove invasive species and reposition logs and branches to facilitate this unique play area. Dress for the weather. Tools, gloves and snack provided. Springbrook Park is behind Uplands Grade School’s playground. Look for work party signs.


Parking: Uplands Grade School, 2055 Wembley Park Rd.


Contact: Ginny Haines 503-442-4082 or vhaines@comcast.net

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