Growing Veggies on a Budget. Learn low-cost ways to build healthy soil, plan your growing space, choose your crops, care for your growing garden, and harvest your bounty!
When: THURSDAYS from 6-8PM, Feb. 25, March 3, 10, 17, 31 and April 7
Where: St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church 17405 NE Glisan St, Portland, 97230. Taught indoors with possible visits to Nadaka Community Garden.
Who: Open to adult participants interested in learning how to garden on a budget.
Registration is required. Contact Tyler Wagner at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-221-1054×215
Details: Please plan to attend all 6 classes. Participants get a free gardening book, seeds, and other goodies as available.
This class is hosted in partnership by Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon, Friends of Nadaka and St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church.
Join Friends of Nadaka and the Audubon Society of Portland for our monthly guided Bird Walk at Nadaka Nature Park. This is a family-friendly event open to beginners and advance bird watchers. If you have your own binoculars, great! If not, we will have some for you to borrow. This is a great event to help you brush up on your birding basics and identification.
Meet us at the picnic structure. We look forward to seeing you there. For more information about this event contact Monica McAllister at 503-956-8558 or email@example.com.
Location: Nadaka Nature Park 17615 NE Glisan St. Portland OR 97230
Meet at the picnic structure on the Glisan Street side of the park.
Dates & Times: Friday, February 12th, 2016 – 9am-10am
There are two locations for parking.
1) St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church parking lot next to Nadaka Nature Park located at 17405 NE Glisan Street Gresham, OR 97230.
2) Nadaka Nature Park’s north entrance is at NE Pacific Street and 176th. You may park in the neighborhood and follow the path through the forest to get to the picnic structure.
Join Friends of Nadaka this MLK Day of Service to restore a healthy habitat at Nadaka Nature Park and give back to the community. We will be removing invasive species such as English Ivy from the 10 acre forested portion of the park.
Tools, gloves, and light refreshments will be provided. Dress to work in natural areas: long pants, warm cloths, and closed-toe sturdy shoes. Please bring a water bottle and a friend!
Join the Friends of Nadaka at the Columbia Slough Watershed Council’s Slough Celebration Gala event on February 5, 2016. Its really exciting that the Nadaka Park & Garden Project will be receiving an Achievement Award.
Click here for more information and to order your tickets now.
In collaboration with our partner, Audubon Society of Portland, we would like to encourage everyone to enroll in their Backyard Habitat Certification Program.
If you live in Gresham and register before the end of the year the City of Gresham will reimburse you the $35 registration fee. A special technician will come out and give you great advice about native plants and birds as well as a discount to purchase native plants. If you don’t get registered before the end of the year it is still well worth the $35.
Give yourself and the birds a gift and make your yard more lovely and a better home for birds.
Christmas Bird Count Saturday January 9th 9am-11pm Nadaka Nature Park- 17615 Ne Glisan St. Portland, OR 97230 Meet at the Picnic Shelter
Join the Audubon Society of Portland and Friends of Nadaka to help collect valuable data by counting birds and learn about the history of the Christmas Bird Count. This is a family friendly event for beginner and advance bird watchers. If you have your own binoculars, great! If not, we will have some for you to borrow.
Light refreshments and a review will be held in Murdock Hall at St. Aidan’s Episcopal Church after the count. Meet us at the picnic structure at 9 a.m. We look forward to seeing you there.
St. Aidan’s Church – Murdock Hall, 17405 NE Glisan St.
Join us for a free naturescaping workshop and learn how to create a low-maintenance landscape that conserves water, prevents pollution and saves you time and money. Explore how native plants can make your outdoor space a vibrant, healthy place for people, pets and wildlife. You’ll dig up fresh ideas, tips and resources to bring back to your yard.
Urban Coyote Talk with Audubon Conservation Director
Monday November 16th 6:30-7:15pm
Coyotes have become established in Gresham neighborhoods just as they have become established in many urban areas across the United States. Some people are happy to see these wild dogs while others are concerned about conflicts.
Come learn about urban coyotes with Audubon Conservation Director, Bob Sallinger. Bob has been working on coyote issues in the Metro Region for more than two decades and will provide information on why they are here, coyote biology and natural history, and how to prevent and resolve conflicts. A 30 minute presentation will be followed by time for questions and discussion.