Do you appreciate local parks and national forests? What about clean drinking water and your public library? Do you find the internet useful?
Welcome to the commons. Some things are no one's private property — they belong to all of us. They not only enhance our lives; our very existence depends on them. They are priceless and in need of defending.
Oregon Commons, a project of Onward Oregon, is presenting a series of workshops this fall as a step toward our larger goal of strengthening active stewardship of the commons — the gifts of nature and civilization we share across generations.
Join us for "Mapping the Commons," a fun and interactive workshop designed to help grow our awareness, our network and our commitment to serving the common good. Together, we'll explore the many facets of the commons and identify opportunities to become more active as its caretakers.
This workshop will be at 10:15 a.m. November 13th, at the Main Library in Salem. It's free and open to all, but advance registration is required.
The Team at Onward Oregon
"Mapping the Commons" workshops will be offered:Saturday, Nov.13th
10:15 a.m. to 12:45 p.m.
Salem Main Library
Salem Plaza Room
585 Liberty St NE
» Sign up now! (no charge)
P.O. Box 15132
Portland, OR 97293
Contact Name: Lenny Dee
Telephone Number: (503) 609-0340