Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 • 10am-3pm
4915 N Gantenbein, Portland, OR 97217
No registration required. Just show up and enjoy!
WATER! 2011 dives into today’s most pressing concerns about water resources by exploring how our everyday choices and actions are connected to local rivers, lakes, estuaries and beaches. This engaging community event also investigates some of the less-obvious things that we can all do to improve the health of local waterways for fish, wildlife, and people.
Jump into a well of information and explore!
Workshop Schedule and Class Descriptions
This FREE community event engages citizens of all ages through informative workshops, hands-on activities and educational exhibits that address a variety of water quality & quantity issues including:
– indoor and outdoor water conservation
– natural gardening / sustainable landscaping
– watershed awareness
– safe alternatives to toxic chemicals and pesticides
– creating wildlife habitat in urban spaces
– pollution prevention
– rainwater harvesting
– water conservation = money savings!
You’ll walk away with new ideas and helpful tips to practice at home and in the yard so that you can have a long-lasting, positive impact on local water resources!