In response to a discussion concerning the increasing problem of homelessness in the Tri-County area here is a link to a proposal to manage the issue in the short term. The proposal is a first draft and will require considerable discussion.
Roseway Park Block Tree Planting
- Saturday, October 29th from 9 am – Noon
- Location: NE 72nd (between NE Failing and NE Mason)
Join the Roseway Tree Team, Roseway Neighborhood Association, and Urban Forestry in revitalizing the Roseway Park Blocks. Together we will plant 9 to 11 trees!
Join us at 8:30 AM for registration, coffee and donuts, and planting demo. Use the following link to register.Â
Click Here to Register!Â
Please fill out the form once for each person who plans on attending. A reminder email will be sent to you as the date approaches.
We will be planting rain or shine!!
We recommend long pants and long sleeves, sturdy shoes, rain gear and a water bottle. Instruction, tools, and work gloves will be provided.Â
- Sat, Apr 23, 8:30 AM – 12:00 PM
- Glenhaven Park, NE 82nd Ave and NE Siskiyou St
- Join the Roseway Tree Team for a free tutorial on the art of pruning street trees! We’ll be working in groups of 4-5 people and learn proper pruning techniques from a certified ISA arborist. Special thanks to our friends at Urban Forestry – Portland Parks & Recreation for organizing this event! Saturday, April 23rd, 2016. Reserve your spot today!Young street tree pruning by the Roseway Tree Team and Urban Forestry
â€¢ Learn pruning basics from an ISA Certified Arborist
â€¢ Prune street trees in groups of 4-5 people with an arborist.
â€¢ Have fun, meet fellow tree enthusiasts, and make a difference in your urban forest!Agenda
8:30 am – 9:00 am: Register
9:00 am – 9:45 am: Pruning demonstration
10:00am â€“noon: Teams head off to assigned sections
Noon â€“ Return to starting location
We will be out rain or shine!!
We recommend long pants and long sleeves, sturdy shoes and a rain/sunhat and bring a backpack, rain gear and water bottle. Instruction, tools, gloves, coffee, water and snacks will be provided.
Contact Patrick Key at Portland Parks & Recreation Urban Forestry
Patrick.Key@portlandoregon.govÂ orÂ RosewayTreeTeam@gmail.com
Walking around your neighborhood, do you see spaces to plant a tree, street trees in need of maintenance, and neighbors who are concerned about their trees but don’t know where to begin? Through the Tree Inventory Project, Urban Forestry is helping Portlanders take action to improve their community’s street trees, one neighborhood at a time. Here’s a link for more info.
Volunteers are guided by Urban Forestry staff, who provide training, tools, and event organization. Together, information is collected on tree species, size, health, site conditions, and available planting spaces. Data are analyzed by Urban Forestry staff, and findings are presented to neighborhood stakeholders at an annual Tree SummitÂ at the end of the season in November. At the summit, neighborhood groups begin developing tree plans: They form a working neighborhood tree group and set achievable strategies to improve existing trees, expand tree canopy, and connect the neighborhood with city and nonprofit resources.
More than just producing data and a tree plan, this project brings communities together. Participating in the tree inventory project is a great way to meet your neighbors and connect with others who value our green resources!
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