Inspired by the “hygiene stations” the City of Portland provides, the Clean Camp project gives homeless campers the ability to keep their area clean by providing basic dumpster services.
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He made national headlines by standing up to white supremacist threats By NECN Staff
By Lisa Loving, NECN A small grassroots nonprofit that jumped into action last year to support struggling Portlanders during...
The mature trees growing in Portland are almost all about 115 years old, having arrived as seeds available to fair-goers attending the 1905 Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition