Hawthorne Area Civic Ecology
Saturday, May 19th
10am – 2pm ~ Doors at 9:30am
5511 SE Hawthorne Blvd
Free & Open to All
This is the first workshop in a series of two.
Join business and neighborhood leaders as we design a more resilient future for our SE community. This is a facilitated event and an opportunity for us to find ways to support each other in identifying and making changes at the individual household and business level that can lead to a more sustainable community. At the same time we’ll be thinking about ways we can collaborate to make better use of our resources and evolving technologies — all in keeping with the scale and values of our neighborhoods. Participate in a resource mapping exercise to identify systems for energy, waste, water, food production and local economies. The result can be a better bottom line and more livable, resilient neighborhoods.
Tim Smith of SERA, Steve Couche of the SE Portland Tool Library, Sarah Sullivan of Abernethy’s Garden of Wonders, Reuben Deumling of Sunnyside NA and not yet confirmed Steve Gutmann of Getaround
Encouraged to Attend:
RESIDENTS of Sunnyside, Richmond, Buckman, Mt. Tabor and Hosford-Abernethy
BUSINESS OWNERS/MANAGERS on Hawthorne, Belmont, Division and Clinton
For more info and to RSVP visit www.thinkhawthorne.com/events/
SEE YOU THERE!
SAVE THE DATE:
Hawthorne Area Civic Ecology Community Charrettes (2/2)
Thursday, June 7, 2012
St. David of Wales Episcopal Church
2800 SE Harrison Street
THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS:
HBBA, Venture Portland, New Seasons Market, SERA, Portland Farmers Market,
Umpqua Bank Hawthorne Branch, Hawthorne Auto Clinic, Edward Jones Office of Bryan Brumley,
Mt. Tabor NA and the HI-Portland Hawthorne Hostel