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The Mt. Tabor Park Invasive Plant Control and Revegetation Project is a multi-year project to restore a healthy native forest community. The project is removing non-native, invasive vegetation, restoring native trees, shrubs and grasses and controlling erosion in natural areas. Removing invasive plants and planting native plants in Mt. Tabor Park enhances watershed health by improving stormwater management and habitat, just as Tabor to the River green streets do in urban areas.
City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services
City of Portland Parks & Recreation
City of Portland Water Bureau
Friends of Mt. Tabor Park
Audubon Society of Portland
East Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District
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