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Sep 13, 2019 - 6:00pm
Join the Estuary Partnership and Wild Diversity for a fun and educational night of Eco-Trivia! Grab a team of 5 and join us for some friendly competition. The top three teams win prizes!Lagunitas beer and Flying Pie pizza (meat, vegan, + gluten free) will also be on sale.$10/person to play.All funds raised support the Estuary Partnership's outdoor science programs and Wild Diversity's gear library and outdoor trips for People of Color and LGBTQ people. Thanks to our pizza and prize donors:
Sep 18, 2019 - 11:00am
Need a great excuse for date night?Dine at WildFin Vancouver with one of our flyers, and 10% of your bill supports the Estuary Partnership for Give More 24! Located on the new Vancouver Waterfront, WildFin offers an expansive Columbia River view and delicious food sourced from sustainable fisheries and local farms. 
Sep 19, 2019 (All day)
Give More 24 is a 24-hour campaign to raise funds for Southwest Washington nonprofits, like the Estuary Partnership! Help us reach our goal to raise $10,000 in one day to support outdoor science. Mark your calendar and help us reach Southwest Washington students with time outdoors, on the water, learning about their world.You can also support our work when you enjoy a meal along the banks of the river. Check out our WildFin Fundraiser for details!Add to your calendar!
Sep 28, 2019 - 10:00am
Join the Estuary Partnership, nonprofit Depave, Portland Public Schools, and the Sitton School PTA and community as we rip out a big swath of asphalt to improve their schoolyard. North Portland's Sitton Elementary School has a lot of outside space, but they don’t have a good place to teach their students about native plants, stormwater, and how it affects the nearby Willamette River. The project will remove approximately 3,000 square feet of asphalt and replace it with trees and native plants that infiltrate and filter stormwater, provide shade, and increase students’ access to and understanding of urban nature and green infrastructure. Sitton students will plant the native trees and shrubs later in the fall.