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May 4 , Monday evening, 7:00-8, weekly summer work parties begin! meet at St Johns and Edison entrance. The first one will have a plant id tour of the meadow with a Portland City biologist. Bring gloves. Tools, water & snack will be provided.
Click on the photo to see an album of Native Plant Sale photos. 40 volunteers worked to sell more than $8,540 worth of plants from Bosky dell and Scapoose Bay Nursery. Native plants require less water and chemicals and provide habitat for birds & pollinators. This is a way to extend Baltimore Woods into the neighborhood.Thank you customers and volunteers!!
"WILD" a time-lapse movie shot from a tree cam durning the Depave project From Parking Lot to Paradise W I L D
SOLVE and its partners are working to enhance a number of sites near Baltimore Woods. Volunteers will be planting native trees and shrubs to restore this urban watershed. Over time, this work will improve water quality, create wildlife habitat, and store carbon to slow climate change.
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Friends of Baltimore Woods is part of the The Intertwine.>/p> FOBW is a non-profit organization under North Portland Community Works.