Depave Sitton School

Saturday, September 28, 2019 - 10:00am to 2:00pm

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.  

Register to volunteer on Depave's website.

Thanks to the City of Portland’s Bureau of Environmental Services, Community Watershed Stewardship Program for making this project possible. 

Location: 
9930 N Smith Street
Portland, OR 97203
United States
Contact
Chris Hathaway
chathaway@estuarypartnership.org
5032261565 ext. 228
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