Visit Nadaka Nature Park
This 10-acre property was acquired from the Camp Fire Girl organization in 1995. The park features a soft-surfaced, .46-mile Nadaka Loop Trail.
Events at Nadaka
Community events, bird walks, nature walks, Stewardship Saturdays and clean-ups are happening often. Visit Friends of Nadaka for schedule updates.
Nelson Property Neighborhood Park
Nelson Property Neighborhood Park Master Plan
Vegetation Management Plan
The two-acre Nelson property was purchased through grants from Metro and the East Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District and a donation from the T.A. Nelson Family Trust. Project collaborators have raised funds to develop the nature-based neighborhood park, to include the following:
- community garden area
- berry patches
- natural meadow
- pervious pathways around nature-based play area
- covered picnic shelter
How You Can Help
The Nadaka Nature Park and Garden Project is seeking cash and in-kind donations from individuals and businesses to implement its Nadaka 2020 plan. The Friends of Nadaka needs volunteers, planting materials, soil amendments and educational materials and supplies. Please contact Monica McAllister, Nature Park Coordinator at Monica@friendsofnadaka.org or visit the Friends of Nadaka website to make a tax-deductible contribution.
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