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Access to Nature

Nadaka - Lee Dayfield
Nadaka - Lee Dayfield

Regreening Portland
An overview of Portland Audubon's work to expand access to nature in the east Portland-metro region.

Nadaka Nature Park and Garden Project
In 2009, Portland Audubon worked with the Wilkes East Neighborhood Association, Trust for Public Land, and the City of Gresham to purchase a 2-acre undeveloped parcel known as the Nelson Property. The Nelson property provides a key connector from park-deficient Rockwood Neighborhood to a difficult-to-access 10-acre natural area previously known as the Nadaka Open Space.

Wild in the City
Audubon is happy to announce that "Wild in the City: Exploring the Intertwine" is now available! This guide to the natural areas and natural history of the Portland-Vancouver metro region is a complete rewrite of the original "Wild in the City," which was published more than a decade ago.

Intertwine LogoThe Intertwine Alliance

Portland Audubon helped found and is a current partner of the Intertwine Alliance, a coalition of private firms, public agencies and nonprofit organizations working together to tap new sources of funding, better leverage existing investments, and more fully engage residents with the outdoors and nature. The Alliance exists to ensure the region’s trail network gets completed; that our natural areas get restored, and that people of all ages discover they can enjoy the outdoors near where they live. Learn more.

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