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Want to get dirty and help grow your community?

Planting in the mud. The Lents Springwater Habitat Restoration Project is a community group that facilitates tree plantings by local kids on the Springwater Corridor in the Lents neighborhood in Portland, Oregon. Don't be afraid of the mud; the end result is a restoration of the native habitat. Dig around in this website — you'll learn a bit about this successful project and you even might want to get more closely involved.

"Planting trees is a good thing, but for me it’s about the kids;
I want them to take some pride and ownership in their neighborhood."

— Ed Kerns

  Etown logo The Lents Springwater project was recently recognized for making a positive difference in its community by Etown, a nationally heard NPR radio show. Ed accepted the E-Chievement Award in a live recording of the Etown radio program at the Newmark Theater in Portland, Oregon. You can hear Ed's interview by clicking the Etown logo to the left and scrolling to the program week of 1/21/09 (show #0904) or by visiting E-chievement awards recent winners.


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