Recharge the Rest Area: Help Right 2 Dream Too Keep Portland’s Houseless Community Safe

Recharge the Rest Area: Help Right 2 Dream Too Keep Portland’s Houseless Community Safe

Help Right 2 Dream Too keep Portland’s houseless community safe amid the current public health crisis. Right 2 Dream Too (R2DToo) is a place where Portlanders without housing can sleep safely for up to 12 hours. Like many social service providers, R2DToo is perpetually in need of funding to cover operating expenses and the COVID-19 […]

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January Livable Lloyd Recap

January Livable Lloyd Recap

Livable Lloyd is a great opportunity for residents to connect, discuss potential neighborhood projects & events, and gives us a chance to share exciting news related to our ongoing projects. This past meeting was no different. We got to hear updates from residents in regards to their desires for Lloyd, introduce one of our new […]

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May Leaflet

May Leaflet

Lloyd EcoDistrict May eNewsletter . Help finish the NE Multnomah Pollinator Corridor! Beautify your neighborhoodLearn about pollinator species & habitat Join us in the morning on Sunday, May 20th as we complete the final phase of the NE Multnomah Pollinator Corridor! Throughout the day we’ll be replanting the city planters with native perennials and annuals, […]

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“Lloyd EcoDistrict partners to support R2D2 community”

“Lloyd EcoDistrict partners to support R2D2 community”

“Lloyd EcoDistricts parnters to support R2DToo”

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Lloyd Intersection Repair Bike Ride

Lloyd Intersection Repair Bike Ride

Join Lloyd EcoDistrict, Go Lloyd, and the City Repair Project on a bikeride where we will explore the power of creative placemaking by visiting four intersection repair sites and hear from past participants. We will visit a potential repair site and hear about some of the basic requirements that should be considered for intersections. We […]

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Tackling EcoDistrict Challenges with the Students of Sunnyside Environmental School

Tackling EcoDistrict Challenges with the Students of Sunnyside Environmental School

Friday June 13th Sarah Heinicke (Executive Director) and Danielle (Governance and Development Intern) visited Sunnyside Environmental School to speak with Tara Branham’s 6-8th grade classroom for their Urban Planning Sequence. The school’s curriculum is rooted in environmental education, environmental justice, culturally responsive teaching, place-based education and service learning.These bright students shared what sustainability meant to them, […]

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