• Greeley Forest Garden (map)
  • N. Interstate Ave and Greeley Ave
  • N. Interstate Ave and Greeley Ave


N. Interstate Ave and Greeley Ave. #GREELEYFORESTGARDEN


IMP ACCESS INFO: To access the site, via car or max line, park or stop at Overlook Park. It is Ok to park in the Kaiser parking lot  (next to the park). Walk down the hill South on Interstate Ave, until you reach the connection where bikes cross over to Greeley Ave, before the stop light (where bikes can access). Walk the sidewalk North on Interstate Ave, around the fencing for Hazelnut Grove. Past the fencing there is bike parking, right before you get to the bench and sign - “Welcome to Greeley Forest Garden!”



Kelcy Heerspink, kheerspink@gmail.com, 503.201.5089, https://www.facebook.com/greeleyforestgarden/



Help us welcome honey and mason bees to the Greeley Forest Garden! We will be building a fence around our newly installed hives to protect our friendly pollinators. Additionally, we will be focusing on building pollinator habitat including constructing an herb spiral in the center of our beautiful space. Greeley Forest Garden is a community-driven, permaculture site nestled in Portland’s Overlook neighborhood. Our vision and goals for the site include advocating for social justice through strengthening our food system and bringing people closer to a healthy and sustainable food source. The garden is a partnership between two local nonprofits, the Urban Farm Collective and Sisters of the Road Café. We host of multiple fruit and nut trees, perennial shrubs and bushes, and a mix of annual producing vegetables. Please bring water and gloves and come join us for the fun! It will “Bee” a blast!



Sat, June 4, 1pm-5pm: Assembling Bee Fence

Sun, 5, 1pm-5pm: Assembling Bee Fence

Tue June 7, 11-1pm: Work party with folks from Sisters of the Road Cafe, finishing up the Bee Fence

Sat and Sun, June 11 and 12, 1pm-5pm: Create Herb Spiral and Pollinator habitat