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Hillsdale Library in southwest Portland is the first library to receive Backyard Habitat Certification and through its landscape and practices of being a good wildlife steward, has earned the silver-level of the program's certification.
On Friday, September 20 from 12-1pm in the Multnomah Building Board Room, attend a Climate Strike lunch and learn hosted by the Office of Sustainability and Green Team
Earlier this year, Safe Routes program staff held the Walk to School celebration with over 150 students participating at Davis Elementary in NE Portland.
‘It will take all of us’: Commissioner Vega Pederson rallies local organizations, policy makers at Community Energy Justice Summit
The Gresham Tree Team is a group of young people who are working to help make a healthier urban environment for residents in Gresham by planting 225 trees in the next three years.
Multnomah County celebrates Earth Month with events and activities throughout April that aim to raise awareness on important issues that affect our environment and the people living in it.
For two weeks in October, Multnomah County employees participated in EcoChallenge to try one new thing that can make a difference for themselves, the community, and the planet.