Wild in the City, Exploring The Intertwine Launched!
Oregon Public Broadcasting features Portland Memorial Mausoleum mural project
Town and country must be married, and out of this joyous union will spring a new hope, a new life, a new civilization
Ebenezer Howard, Greenways For America, Charles E. Little, 1990
Ross Island Vision Team: Envisioning Ross Island
The Institute has produced, with its partners at the Willamette Riverkeeper, Audubon Society of Portland, Greenworks landscape architecture, architects, and landscape architects a plan for Ross Island,Envisioning Ross Island (PDF), which lays out scenarios for how Ross and its sister islands Hardtack, East and Toe, might be managed as a unit with the Holgate Channel and the 160-acre city-owned Oaks Bottom Wildlife Refuge as an urban wildlife refuge complex, public natural area park, and place to contemplate nature in the heart of downtown Portland.