October 2015 Service Project (Dash)

Audubon Society Native Plant Service Trip:

What do you get when you cross a team of investment accountants and 10,000 native plants in pots? Hyper-masculine competition over native plant carrying capacity. Two in a hand, three in a hand, even four: every possible technique was implemented, tested, and optimized. While I was staggering lopsidedly, carrying four potted deer ferns in one hand, I glanced over my shoulder and saw a beautiful sight: set against a chaotic forest scene, rows and rows of newly organized native plants stood tall, ready for planting. Thank you to my fellow Posties for bringing strong hands, open hearts, and wide smiles to the Audubon.


– Dashiell Shulman

December 2014 Service Project

On December 13th from 8:45 AM to 1:00 PM, we will be having our final service project of the calendar year.  We will be planting trees with Friends of Trees, and the starting location is 2901 SE Steele, at reedwoods friends church.  To sign up, contact Owen Crabtree (owennnhc@gmail.com) or Lincoln Ennis (lincolnennis@gmail.com).

November 2014 Service Project

For this months service project we will be doing some gardening for Get Out and Garden at the Pier Community Garden in North Portland from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM on November 22nd.  This is a fun and awesome way to get your service project requirement out of the way early.  More information can be found here.  To sign up, you can sign up at the upcoming meeting, or if you are reading this after November 10th you can email Owen Crabtree or Lincoln Ennis.

October 2014 Service Project

Our first service project of the new year is happening!  We will be pulling weeds on Mt. Tabor from 9am to 12pm on Saturday, October 25th.  This also serves as a reminder that one service project is required each year (minimum is one please do as many as you want to), so why not knock out your requirements early?  If you would like to sign up, you can email Owen Crabtree or Lincoln Ennis.