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SOLVE: Linnton Creek Project for March

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Linnton Creek Project for March

Linnton Creek is a principle stream in Forest Park, one of the main trail heads in the north end of the park, and its confluence with the Willamette River will have a new lagoon, as part of the 27 acre Linnton Plywood Mill site’s restoration as animal habitat (a Superfund mitigation site). We are restoring the creek trail head, removing ivy and blackberry, planting natives, and installing an interpretive sign, trash can and custom (and amusing) dog waste bag dispenser designed by noted artist Ivan McLean. Part of a broad effort to eliminate dog waste from the park, this site is particularly important as the creek will flow into a new lagoon designed as a resting place for salmon fry, where clean water will be crucial. At the moment the main effort is ivy removal and the planting of almost 300 native plants. Hot and cold beverages, pastries, tools and gloves are provided. We’ll be having a celebration of the project’s completion in June. Activities include: Invasive Plant Removal, Native Planting.

When

Saturday, 03/12/2016
9:00 AM-12:00 PM

Where

Linnton Creek Trail Head
10682 NW St Helens Road
Portland, OR

Directions
Right on St Helens Road (Route 30), about a mile past the St Johns Bridge.

Register online

http://solveoregon.org/get-involved/events/linnton-creek-project-march

Contact Information

Kaleen Boyle, Outreach Coordinator
kaleen@solveoregon.org | 503-844-90571 ext. 332
solveoregon.org

About the Organization

SOLVE is a state-wide non-profit organization that takes action every day to keep Oregon clean and green. We mobilize over 35,000 volunteers and organize over 1,000 cleanup and restoration projects throughout the state.

Our mission: Bring Oregonians together to improve our environment and build a legacy of stewardship.