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Happy 2014 from City Green!

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2013 closed out with some positive environmental news about the Endangered Species Act and local accomplishments.  Now it's time to look ahead! 

Mason Flats wetland   tree planting at school   ecoroof

The City Green blog has been up and running for a little over a year now, and we'd love to hear from you. 

What would you like to see more of in 2014? 

Chime in with comments here on the blog (click "add a comment" above) or via Facebook.  Here are some ideas on our list:

  1. More about Environmental Services' watershed restoration and green infrastructure projects
  2. More news from partner organizations in Portland who are working for healthy watersheds
  3. More about what other cities and communities are doing to manage stormwater naturally
  4. More about events and opportunities to get involved, and what you can do to help Portland's rivers and streams
  5. More information about native and invasive species, local watershed conditions, and stormwater issues

 

Don't miss out in 2014! 

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