Hazeltine Park Planting and Ribbon Cutting

After a summer of radical landscape alteration, Hazeltine Park is looking fantastic and we need your help to complete this beautiful naturescape.

Join the Brentwood-Darlington neighborhood with the Johnson Creek Watershed Council and Portland Parks & Recreation to install hundreds of native, pollinator-friendly plants and cut the ribbon on the new natural landscape with our guest of honor and park namesake, Dick Hazeltine.  We will also be planting a tree to honor Mr. Hazeltine’s late wife, Opal Hazeltine, who was instrumental in the development of the original park.  (There will be a second event to finish spring planting on March 23rd.)

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WHEN: Saturday, December 1st, from 9am-12pm
(Everyone is welcome! Arrive at 8:45am for orientation, or feel free to join in as a second wave later on.)
WHERE: Hazeltine Park – 5416 SE Flavel Driv
Parking: on street parking available nearby in the neighborhood
Transit: Nearby bus stops on lines 71 and 75
Dress for the weather. We’ll have gloves, tools, and refreshments.

Please RSVP to attend the planting here!

Learn about the project here

Sign up on Facebook here

Click below to download and print a flier to share with your neighbors:

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Hazeltine Park Nature Patch Concepts

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Artist rendering of what the Hazeltine Park Nature Patch could look like.

If you attended our April 5, 2018 meeting, then you’ve already seen the excellent concepts for the Hazeltine Park Nature Patch.  Eric Rosewall of Portland Parks and Recreation presented two concepts for consideration.  View those concepts below and then CLICK HERE TO VOTE.  This poll will remain open through April 20, 2018.

Concept A

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Concept B

Hazeltine Nature Patch Site Plan B