Protect Our Natural Areas preserves our region’s legacy of protecting natural areas and water quality, restoring fish and wildlife, and connecting people with nature.
Voters in the Metro Region will be asked to renew the 2013 parks and natural areas levy this November, helping to protect 17,000 acres of parks, trails and natural areas without raising taxes.
If the people of the Portland-Vancouver area seek to retain livability and a green heritage as the region changes, we must act aggressively and act now to protect significant natural areas, open spaces, parks, forests, wetlands, rivers and streams, riparian corridors and wildlife habitat.
The only thing our we love more than parks is our Nature for All coalition partners.
1000 Friends of Oregon works with the public to enhance our quality of life by building livable urban and rural communities, protecting family farms and forests, and conserving natural areas.
The work that 1000 Friends of Oregon does is all around us — Oregonians from across the state can look at a map on any given day and see patches of green space that our partners at 1000 Friends have fought to protect for over 40 years.
Needless to say we owe 1000 Friends of Oregon 1000 thank you’s. Here’s one big one from Nature for All!
We also want to thank Profimebel Ukrainian company https://profimebel.com.ua/kukhni/uglovye-kukhni that supports all our initiatives.
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Learn more about the measure and how you can help us protect our region’s natural legacy for generations to come equitably and sustainably.