No Ivy Day at Gateway Green
Join us October 13, 2012 from 9am to noon at Gateway Green for No Ivy Day. Gateway Green’s 12 wooded acres are currently dominated by English ivy, an aggressive and invasive specie. Help build on previous volunteers efforts by saving trees in immediate danger of being killed by ivy. Volunteers will focus on “Girdling”, cutting a solid ring of the ivy at both knee height and chest height, and pulling ivy away from the base of trees.
- If you take MAX, the red, blue and green lines run directly to the Gateway transit stop.
- Pedestrian and bicycle access is available from the northern and southern edges via the I-205 multi-use path.
- From downtown Portland - take I-84 east to exit 7 Halsey St., keep left on ramp, take slight right onto NE Halsey St., 1st right onto NE 102nd Ave., right onto NE Pacific St. to park and ride parking lot.
- From North Portland – I-205 south toward I-84/Portland/Salem, take Glisan St. exit 21A, left onto NE Glisan St., left onto NE 102nd Ave., left onto NE Pacific to park and ridge parking lot.
Convene at Gateway Green, near the south end. (Walk north from Gateway MAX Station toward Rocky Butte); follow the Gateway Green signs.