SOLVE-IT Earth Day 2011 Nadaka Nature Park Cleanup: Apr 21, 2011 9AM-1PM, CANCELLED

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SOLVE-IT Earth Day 2011 Nadaka Nature Park Cleanup: Apr 21, 2011 9AM-1PM, Info here!
Nadaka Nature Park

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Earth Day 2012

CANCELLED
When: Sat, Apr 21, 2011 9AM-1PM
Where: Nadaka Nature Park
NE 175th Av & NE Pacific St
Gresham, OR
Get Map!

SOLVE, It's our nature to volunteer. Oregonians volunteering to improve the environment and build a legacy of stewardship

Wilkes East Neighborhood has received a Metro Nature in Neighborhood grant for improvements in Nadaka Nature Park which requires matching volunteer hours so your support is needed and greatly appreciated. See you at the park!
Click here for a list of Metro Nature in Neighborhoods capital grants projects.

Directions

From I-84: Take the 181st exit, travel south, turn right on NE Pacific St.
From Glisan (eastbound): Turn left on NE 172nd Av, turn right on NE Pacific St.

Click here for SOLVE's e-Update March newsletter

Earth Day at Nadaka

Join other volunteers as we clear invasive plants & beautify Nadaka Nature Park, a 10-acre natural area with a dense forest and inviting meadow.

Be prepared to get a little dirty and have fun by supporting and volunteering with SOLVE, Friends of Nadaka and the Wilkes East Neighborhood Association in their efforts to restore this natural area.

Rain or Shine! Come dressed for weather. Bring working gloves & a water bottle if you have them. Volunteer as long as you can.

Coffee, juice, water & refreshments provided by Wilkes East Neighborhood.

Click here to register with SOLVE for this event!

For more information contact Brett Lyon, SOLVE Coordinator 503-844-9571 x332, or email brett@solv.org.

Questions?

For more information about Nadaka Nature Park cleanups or to get involved with Friends of Nadaka contact Lee Dayfield by email at leewilkeseastna@hotmail.com.

About Nadaka Park

Nadaka Park is a lovely 10-acre parcel of "natural area" that includes a walking trail loop, tall trees, native plants, and a beautiful grassy meadow. Nadaka is located in the Wilkes East Neighborhood just north of NE Glisan St. The only public entrance to the park is on NE Pacific St at NE 176th Ave. Directions: from either NE 172nd Ave, or NE 181st Ave, take NE Pacific St to NE 176th Ave. Parking is curbside. Enter through the main gate. Get Map!

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Supporters
Nadaka Nature Park is supported in part through the generous efforts of these organizations: (Hover supporter's logo for additional information)

Audubon Society of Portland. Building a region where people and wildlife flourish together
Audubon Society
of Portland
The Trust for Public Land conserves land for people to enjoy as parks, gardens, and other natural places, ensuring livable communities for generations to come
The Trust For
Public Land
East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District: We help people care for their land
East Multnomah Soil &
Water Conservation District

Wilkes East Neighborhood, PO Box 536, Fairview OR 97024. Diversity, Harmony, Community -- Together we can make a difference
Wilkes East Neighborhood
Association
Your elected regional government, Metro is helping to make the Portland metropolitan area an extraordinary place to live, work and play
Oregon Metro
Regional Government
St Aidan's Episcopal Church, Gresham Oregon. Spread the Promise of Jesus Christ in and beyond our community through worship, education, fellowship, and outreach
St Aidan's
Episcopal Church
SOLVE, It's our nature to volunteer. Oregonians volunteering to improve the environment and build a legacy of stewardship
SOLVE
Columbia Slough Watershed Council, Portland OR. To foster action to protect, enhance, restore and revitalize the Slough and its watershed
Columbia Slough
Watershed Council
Eastrose Fellowship Unitarian Universalist - a Welcoming Congregation. A liberal religious fellowship in East Multnomah County,  Gresham, Oregon.
Eastrose Fellowship UU
Human Solutions - Building Pathways out of Poverty. Helping eliminate barriers to escaping poverty through emergency family shelter, job training, affordable housing, eviction prevention, and emergency household assistance.
Human Solutions
Schools Uniting Neighborhoods. SUN builds student success and strengthens communities by expanding school-based services for children, parents and neighborhood residents.
Schools Uniting
Neighborhoods
H.B. Lee Middle School is located at the mouth of the beautiful Columbia River Gorge. Part of the Reynolds School District, serving several smaller suburban towns in the East Portland & Gresham, Oregon metropolitan area.
HB Lee Middle School
Verde NW - Bridging the Green Divide. Improving the economic health of disadvantaged communities by creating environmental job training, employment, and entrepreneurial opportunities, fostering the connection between economic vitality and environmental protection and restoration.
Verde NW
Coalition for a Livable Future. Working to protect, restore, and maintain healthy, equitable, and sustainable communities. The Coalition for a Livable Future unites over 100 diverse organizations and hundreds of individuals to promote healthy and sustainable communities in the Portland-Vancouver region.
Coalition for a
Livable Future
SnowCap Community Charities is a philanthropic organization created to provide food, clothing, advocacy and other services to the poor. New programs included English language instruction, community gardens, and home delivered food boxes for seniors. Founded in 1967, SnowCap has served the needs of over 1.4 million people in East Multnomah County.<br />
SnowCap
Community Charities
The goal of the Rockwood Neighborhood Association is to bring together our diverse residents and give them opportunities to become involved in their community and foster a sense of neighborhood pride.
Rockwood Neighborhood
Association
Pacific Gardens - Alzhiemer's Special Care center. Providing quality personal services for our residents, while honoring the experience of aging.
Pacific Gardens
Special Care Center
The Rockwood Community Action Team meets every first Monday of each month<br />
at the Rockwood Library, 179th SE Stark, Gresham OR, from 2:30pm -4pm. For more contact Sandra Casillas by phone at 503-707-6074, or email rockwoodaction@gmail.com Grow Portland is an entrepreneurial nonprofit organization dedicated to the expansion of urban gardening and urban agriculture in the Portland metro area. To grow healthy food, the organization uses a simple, powerful approach: connect diverse populations with knowledge, supplies and land.
Grow Portland
Meyer Memorial Trust. Investing in people, ideas and efforts that deliver significant social benifit to Oregon and Clark County, Washington
Meyer Memorial Trust