Posted March 21, 2017. A stewardship event will be held Saturday, April 1, 2017 — 9am-Noon — Native Plantings and Trail Maintenance.
For details and to register as a volunteer, go [HERE].
See our new Stewardship page [HERE], which will list future and past events, with photos..
Milestone: December 12, 2016. FoRVNA signed a Stewardship Agreement for RVNA. You can read the Agreement [HERE]. The four 2017 Stewardship events will be held on Jan 14, April 1, July 8, and on October's No Ivy Day. Mark your calendars!
FoRVNA has also launched on Social Media for timely information. Our website will be a quieter place used for references and longer term projects and issues.
October 2016. FoRVNA has received a Draft of the Stewardship Agreement for RVNA. Friends met with PP&R on 9/23/16 to discuss the draft. We have returned it with our comments. PP&R hopes to have the agreement signed in October. We will report on the agreement in November.
August 2016. In August, FoRVNA submitted draft Values, Mission and Vision Statements to our contact with the city for review. We will updated/revise after the autumnal equinox.
June 29, 2016. Message received from Metro via ZoomGrants:
May 16, 2016, Portland, Oregon. Friends of River View Natural Area (FoRVNA) announced a number of initiatives today to help protect the natural area.
Setting the Forest Free in River View Natural AreaToday, FoRVNA applied for a Nature in Neighborhoods Restoration Grant, Setting the Forest Free in River View Natural Area.
A panel of judges will review all grant proposals. If favored by the panel, a Full Application for the NiN grant will be made in July.
Our Trail Closure Plan is on-line here [PLAN]
Parks PartnershipAn independent group of interested parties has expressed their interests in joining with City Nature to assume a stewardship role for RVNA.
This week, we will be waiting, as the city is
Meeting location and time [TBD].
If interested, contact FoRVNA via firstname.lastname@example.org
Parks Foot PatrolWe are starting a Community Foot Patrol of the kind used in Portland Parks. [LINK].