Friends of Nadaka

Nadaka Nature Park and Garden Project gets a boost with Metro funding award

Nadaka Nature Park & Garden Project gets a boost. Regional Funding improves access to West Gresham nature park and supports community garden. Info here!

Friday May 18, 2012
For Immediate Release

Regional funding improves access to West Gresham nature park and supports community garden

On May 17th the Metro Council awarded $238,000 in capital funding to the Nadaka Nature Park and Garden Project, building momentum to this community-driven garden and nature park project in West Gresham. The competitive Metro grant award comes from capital bond funds approved by voters as part of the 2006 Regional Natural Areas Bond Measure and will support new park features like a nature based-play area, rain garden, community garden and more. The new funding adds to over $150,000 in existing financial support from East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District, Meyer Memorial Trust and the City of Gresham.

Friends of Nadaka, Nelson working group meeting: Dec 8, 2011 10AM-Noon

12/08/2011 - 10:00am
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Friends of Nadaka, Nelson property working group meeting: Dec 8, 2011 10AM-Noon. This group and community partners are working to secure funding to develop the approved Nelson Master Plan and unify this area with Nadaka Nature Park, Gresham Oregon. Info  here!
Nelson Master Plan. Click to Enlarge

Nelson working group

When: Thu Dec 8, 2011 10AM-Noon
Where: St Aidan's Episcopal Church
17405 NE Glisan St
Portland, OR
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Meeting Notice
Friends of Nadaka Nelson property working group will meet Dec 8, 2011 10AM-Noon at St Aidan's Episcopal Church, 174th & NE Glisan. Public welcome to attend.

Friends of Nadaka and it's community partners are working to secure funding to develop the approved Nelson Master Plan which includes a community garden area, orchard, rain garden, berry patches, naturescaping and more. When complete, the Nelson properry will join Nadaka Nature Park (adjacent directly north) as a unified neighborhood park.

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Inside This Issue:

  • Walgreen’s 162nd Has A New Purpose
  • Wilkes Elementary Grand Opening 8/21
  • Diaz Named New Superintendent RSD
  • Happenings at Nadaka Nature Park
  • First Day of School Schedules
  • Old School Furniture - Where It Went

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