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Beers & Backyards Tour

Saturday, June 03, 2017, 12:00pm - 06:00pm
Contact  503-841-5918

While Columbia Land Trust works to restore sweeping landscapes and wildlife habitat outside of the city, thousands of urban dwellers enrolled in the Backyard Habitat Certification Program are working to restore their yards to native landscapes that benefit people and wildlife, and contribute to a cleaner and more vibrant metro area.

Join us on a backyard tour Saturday, June 3rd with Land Trust Backyard Manager Susie Peterson and Land Trust Board of Directors member Janet Gifford. We will begin the day at Hopworks Urban Brewery with a private tour of the world’s first salmon-safe certified brewery site before enjoying beer and pub appetizers. Then we’ll hop on a bus to visit and learn from four of Portland’s outstanding backyard habitats and hear from four gardeners. There is something to learn and see for all nature enthusiasts. Book your tickets now! Cost $75.

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Hopworks Urban Brewery 
2944 SE Powell Blvd. 
Portland, OR 97202

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Event Sponsor  Columbia Land Trust