Artists may submit work until March 15 for the Recycled Rain Project, which is dedicated to raising awareness of local and international water-related issues.
A jury of artists will select those who will be asked to create new work using recycled rainwater, said Sara Sjol, founder and Recycled Rainer. An exhibit of these works is scheduled to open at 6 p.m. May … More
A city bureau is looking for community based projects that would improve Portland’s watershed and benefit neighborhoods. The Bureau of Environmental Services has grants of up to $10,000 for selected proposals.
The bureau has set a deadline of 4 p.m. February 14 for community groups to submit a one-page, pre-application form for the Community Watershed Stewardship Program, said Linc Mann, bureau spokesman. … More
Bringing written material in line with recently approved regulations, the City of Portland published an updated version of its Stormwater Management Manual. The publication explains for developers and property owners how to reduce the impact of storm water runoff on sewers, groundwater, rivers and streams by detailing requirements for development, redevelopment and improvement projects on public and private property and in the public right-of-way.