Green Infrastructure and Conservation
A Coggle Diagram about Overview, Details
, Outside Tour: , Thomas Cully Park (food garden, rain garden, green streets, )**, Zenger Farm. (Danny, WOTE, Momentum Alliance, AA Food Sovereignty), Green Lents (Rose CDC, Malden Courts Community Orchards, Johnson Creek Water Shed, Diesel testing, interns)
● We won’t accept any policies that don’t provide multiple benefits (cobenefits)
, ●Three 2-4hr workshop to adapt to organizations? ●Saturday afternoon session tour?
●Train the trainer
, Schedule: 3-4 stations
- Rain Garden-- Environmental Benefits
- Thomas Cully Park-- Economic Benefits
- ITGG- Social/Cultural Benefits.
- Green Streets- Community planning, Careers, Equity lens
, Connect with nature: Connecting communities to Troutdale. What are the political and cultural
, Community watershed program, past PIC recipients, Metro's Nature in Neighborhoods
-Connect people to climate justice conversations (i.e. how can climate policies tangibly provide benefits)
-- People should have concrete ideas of how to apply these learnings to their own communities.
- get people to step up for leadership opportunities- ex. sitting on grant committees
-Get people to take advantage of federal programs like housing and energy efficiency
-Make a connection between urban and rural areas
-Get people to write their own PIC grants/see existing resources
- See people reconnect to plant world
-See relevance and grounding in all the work we do-- 7th Generation Approach. Informed, educated and engaged-- not hard work.
-encourage people to make their own projects.
), Environmental and Public Health
(Parks, community gardens, open public spaces, increased property values, lower energy costs, recreation,
and Traditional food , gathering spaces, ceremony
and Creating a new narrative and environment for immigrants and people of color. What actions can we take to ensure the green economy, green infrastructure benefits immigrants and people of color?
) and Economy