|Madrone Wall Update, OR|
PUBLIC MEETING #2:
WHEN: September 24 (Wednesday); 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
WHERE: Clackamas County Sunnybrook Service Center
Auditorium First Floor
9101 S. E. Sunnybrook Blvd.
Clackamas, Oregon 97015
The County is working with the community to complete a feasibility study and develop a concept Parks Master Plan for the Madrone Wall. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY to attend and provide input on future uses of and improvements to this site, including the potential creation of a park.
Comments, suggestions, or questions regarding this Park Master Planning process should be sent to Katie Dunham at email@example.com(503-794-8051) or Chris VanDuzer at firstname.lastname@example.org (503-353-4663). Submissions will be presented at the public meetings.
MADRONE WALL IVY PULL
Please help restore native plant biodiversity and ecosystem to the Madrone Wall by removing invasive plants (e.g., Himalayan blackberry, English ivy). Join us at our first opportunity to make a difference at this amazing civic treasure since the site was closed 11 years ago! This is a great event if you are looking for an environmental public service project.
WHEN: SEPTEMBER 27 (SATURDAY)
MEET AT: Carver School Parking Lot
(CARPOOL TO SITE FROM SCHOOL, www.carverschool.org/Find_Us)
16077 S.E. Highway 224
Damascus, Oregon 97089
WHAT TO BRING: Appropriate safety equipment (work gloves, work boots, etc.); water, hat, sunscreen; dress for weather (rain or shine!); gardening tools (loppers, pruners, shears, small hand saws, shovels, dandelion pickers, weed wrenches, digging tools, etc.).
RSVP to by 20 September to: email@example.com
Following the work, there will be a BBQ party sponsored by Climb Max Mountaineering and a raffle sponsored by the Access Fund in the Carver School parking lot (free to all Ivy Pull participants).