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Trees of Peninsula Park Tree Walk

Classes and Activities
It’s more than roses! Join Urban Forestry Manager Angie DiSalvo for a tour of 100 years of tree plantings at Peninsula Park.
An introduction to Portland Fruit Tree Project and an overview of engagement opportunities for volunteers.
All day
This fun community science event is something you can do on your own time, at any location in the Portland metro area!

Flowering Tree Walk

Classes and Activities
Spring has sprung, buds are bursting, and trees throughout Portland are coating the City in fragrant flowers! Register to join us on a Flowering Tree Walk this April.
Available Online
Urban Forestry Commission Policy Subcommittee Monthly Meeting
Available Online
All monthly meetings of the Urban Forestry Commission are open to the public and community involvement is encouraged. The first five minutes of the meeting are typically reserved for public comments. Please check the meeting agenda ahead of time to confirm if time allows for public comments.
Portland’s trees work hard, but our volunteers work even harder! Join your neighbors outdoors this spring, working on the body mechanics that keep tree caregivers strong and applying these skills to our community’s trees.

Pedal Through the Petals

Classes and Activities
All day
Portland's trees are bursting with colorful flowers - take a ride around town to enjoy them before they drop!
Ladybug Nature Walks take place in Portland's parks and natural areas. They are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers who want to explore in nature with a trained educator. Children attend with an adult who helps guide them as they explore.
Ladybug Nature Walks take place in Portland's parks and natural areas. They are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers who want to explore in nature with a trained educator. Children attend with an adult who helps guide them as they explore.
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The award-winning book "From Stumptown to Treetown" takes readers on a journey through the histor-tree of Downtown Portland. Author and local historian David-Paul B. Hedberg will join us virtually to discuss Portland's legacy of tree management.
Available Online
Urban Forestry Commission Policy Subcommittee Monthly Meeting
Ladybug Nature Walks take place in Portland's parks and natural areas. They are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers who want to explore in nature with a trained educator. Children attend with an adult who helps guide them as they explore.
Available Online
All monthly meetings of the Urban Forestry Commission are open to the public and community involvement is encouraged. The first five minutes of the meeting are typically reserved for public comments. Please check the meeting agenda ahead of time to confirm if time allows for public comments.

Tree Identification for Portlanders

Classes and Activities
Available Online
To become an expert tree-identifier takes lots of practice looking at the trees outdoors. This online webinar will teach the methods of identification and the characteristics of trees that will advise you.
Ladybug Nature Walks take place in Portland's parks and natural areas. They are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers who want to explore in nature with a trained educator. Children attend with an adult who helps guide them as they explore.
Ladybug Nature Walks take place in Portland's parks and natural areas. They are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers who want to explore in nature with a trained educator. Children attend with an adult who helps guide them as they explore.
Ladybug Nature Walks take place in Portland's parks and natural areas. They are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers who want to explore in nature with a trained educator. Children attend with an adult who helps guide them as they explore.
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Ladybug Nature Walks take place in Portland's parks and natural areas. They are perfect for toddlers and preschoolers who want to explore in nature with a trained educator. Children attend with an adult who helps guide them as they explore.
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