R2DToo’s New E-Bike

When around Lloyd, keep an eye out for Dreamers cruising around town on their new e-bike! This month Lloyd EcoDistrict had the pleasure of donating an e-bike and helmets to our neighbors at Right 2 Dream Too (R2Dtoo). The donation of the bike was made possible thanks to the residents of the Holladay Park Plaza […]

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Welcome WVDO to Lloyd!

Like many, the pandemic has shifted how our team works. Working mostly remotely from home, we have recognized that even if the pandemic were to end completely tomorrow, our office use would likely not return to pre-pandemic levels. To that end, we recognized that there might be both environmental and organizational reasons to change the […]

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Looking Back at 2020 and what’s to come in 2021

In 2020 we reorganized our projects and initiatives into three program areas: Path to Decarbonization, Pollinator Placemaking, and Residential Resilience. These program areas guide our organization as we develop implementable, real-world programs that will contribute to making our neighborhood the most sustainable in North America. We want to let you know about all the things […]

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November 2020 Leaflet

The Leaflet: Lloyd EcoDistrict’s November eNewsletter Campaign URL Copy Twitter 0 tweets Subscribe Past Issues RSS Translate English العربية Afrikaans беларуская мова български català 中文(简体) 中文(繁體) Hrvatski Česky Dansk eesti keel Nederlands Suomi Français Deutsch Ελληνική हिन्दी Magyar Gaeilge Indonesia íslenska Italiano 日本語 ភាសាខ្មែរ 한국어 македонски јазик بهاس ملايو Malti Norsk Polski Português Português – Portugal Română Русский Español […]

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Stand up for Peace this Armistice Day

Lloyd EcoDistrict joins our friends at Veterans For Peace in a push to recognize November 11th as a day to celebrate and work towards peace. From Veterans For Peace: “Over one hundred years ago the world celebrated peace as a universal principle. The first World War had just ended and nations mourning their dead collectively […]

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Don’t BUG me! Preventing Unwanted Light and Creating a Bird-Safe Building

Our LAMP program partner, Michael Reunert of Conserve Energy, answers your lighting questions in our new lighting blog series: Customers often ask: My current lighting setup sends unwanted light onto adjoining properties and shines in the eyes of pedestrians and traffic. I’ve also heard that sending light up into the night sky is harmful to […]

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Bird-Safe Lighting

Who doesn’t love to listen to songbirds? Flying through the city at certain times of the year, birds are a beautiful reminder of the nature that surrounds us, even in the city. If you want to keep seeing songbirds, then be sure to pick lighting that is safe for them! Each year, thousands of songbirds […]

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Let’s Get Moving: Vote YES on Transportation Measure 26-218

Lloyd EcoDistrict is excited to support Measure 26-218 and urge you to vote YES! We support this measure because it helps us put our values into practice and makes critical transportation investments in underserved neighborhoods where a history of racist transportation planning has resulted in a higher need for transit access, sidewalks, safety improvements, and […]

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LED Lighting: Do I Have to Replace Every Fixture?

Our LAMP program partner, Michael Reunert of Conserve Energy, answers your lighting questions in our new lighting blog series. LED Lighting: Do I Have to Replace Every Fixture? Customers often wonder if it is necessary to replace every existing fixture with new LED fixtures when replacing with LED lighting. The answer is no. There are […]

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"Welcome to Peace Memorial Park"

37 Volunteers, 70+ Bags of Garbage, and 2 Neighborhood Spots Being Reimagined

It might have been a cloudy August day but that didn’t stop nearly 40 volunteers from having one of our most productive and enjoyable neighborhood cleanups of the summer! Together with SOLVE and our new friends at Human Access Project, volunteers collected 70+ bags of trash across Peace Memorial Park, the Eastbank Esplanade, the Convention […]

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Volunteers bagging up lawn debris

1.25 Tons of Garbage Collected!

What a large team effort it was – nearly 300 volunteers collected 2,550 lbs of trash across SOLVE’s Portland-area cleanups last weekend. In the Lloyd, Lloyd EcoDistrict, SOLVE and Veterans for Peace volunteers made excellent progress in cleaning up Peace Memorial Park, the Eastbank Esplanade, the surrounding areas. Skip to the bottom to see many […]

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Green Bridge Coffee: Community Blend Partner Donation

A special shoutout to Green Bridge Coffee and its customers for supporting our organization.  Green Bridge strives to serve more than just great coffee. With their Community Blend Promise, they are committed to supporting the people and programs their cafe serves. To do this, they’ve pledged to give back 10% of every purchase–not just profits–to organizations or […]

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