Not a burden…

Not a burden, but a small investment that will allow some great places in the Portland metro area for kids and adults alike to explore in nature to be properly managed. Vote Yes! on Restore Our Natural Areas (26-152) in May.

Oregonian (April 12, 2013): Metro’s bargain land becomes a burden to restore, maintain

There’s an event this week for supporters: Be KEEN on Natural Areas Party-April 17

Join us at KEEN for a party to Restore Our Natural Areas (Measure 26-152).

You’re invited to hear from former Governor Barbara Roberts about this opportunity to improve water quality in local streams and rivers, and restore 16,000 acres of our region’s natural areas.

The event is free. We hope you’ll decide to donate to help Restore our Natural Areas. If you want to help but can’t attend, please visit

Your hosts listed below, encourage you to invite friends.

Please RSVP here, invite friends, and share the event on your wall.

Sponsored by: AFSCME – The Greenbrier Companies – KEEN –
Nike – PGE – Trust for Public Land

Co-Hosted by: Bicycle Transportation Alliance, Gino Reyes Borges, Charlie Burr, Mary Anne Cassin, Columbia Land Trust, Columbia Slough Watershed Council, Depave, Jim Desmond, Environmental Education Association of Oregon, Environment Oregon, Friends of Baltimore Woods, Rachel Fox, Friends of Trees, Glumac, Greenworks, Ashley Henry, IBEW Local 48, Dwayne Johnson, Johnson Creek Watershed Council, Koch Landscape Architecture, John & Rebecca LeCavalier, Sue Marshall, Mayer Reed, Northwest Trail Alliance, OBEC Consulting Engineers, Mike O’Connor, Oregon Council Trout Unlimited, Oregon Surfrider, ODS, PBS Engineering & Environmental, Sandy River Basin Watershed Council, Stacey Triplett, Trust for Public Land, Tualatin Riverkeepers, Urban Greenspaces Institute, Vigil-Agrimis, Walker Macy, Willamette Riverkeeper, and Metro Councilors Sam Chase, Carlotta Collette, Shirley Craddick, Kathryn Harrington, and Bob Stacey.

Learn more about Measure 26-152:

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