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Nature Night: Harnessing the Power of Grassroots Organizing

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When: Jan 15, 2019 from 07:00 pm to 09:00 pm

Portland Audubon proudly presents an expert in collaboration, Jo Ann Hardesty, in a presentation about vision, unity, and progression. Whether you’re an experienced organizer or new to community building, you will surely learn something new and be inspired to bring positive change to Portland by attending 2019’s first Nature Night Speaker Series event.

Where: Montgomery Park, 2701 NW Vaughn St, Portland, OR 97210

As the calendar turns to reveal another new year, we naturally look backward with examination and forward with ambition. How do we make this year better than the last?

When it comes to our city, the answer is simple: together.

Portland Audubon Nature Night is proud to host Jo Ann Hardesty for a presentation about vision, unity, and progression. Whether you’re an experienced organizer or new to community building, you will surely learn something new and be inspired to bring positive change to Portland by attending 2019’s first Nature Night Speaker Series event.

Commissioner Hardesty will share a bit of her past, spanning her experiences as a young woman abroad in the Navy, establishing herself on the frontlines of our Oregon’s non-profits, to helping launch the social equity and climate change legislation "Portland Clean Energy Fund," to campaigning successfully to become Portland’s first female African American City Commissioner.

She will then envision her future. How will she bring what she has learned throughout her journey to her new role? How can social justice and environmental conservation work together? Join us, and learn more about Portland's newest Commissioner.

To RSVP to any or all of our Nature Nights and receive quick entry, click here.

Jo Ann Hardesty
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