This is a great event and will include a presentation by James Meyer, partner at Opsis Architecture, and Master Planner of Pringle Creek Community. It’s an excellent opportunity to learn about sustainable design and the pressing need to reduce our impact on our watersheds.


Please join us at Salmon in the City, a free public event highlighting recent innovations in ecologically sustainable design as well as the latest research on urban stormwater runoff and the fate of salmon.

UO Portland Center — White Stag Building
70 NW Couch Street, Portland


Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Presentations from 4:30–6:00pm
Wine Tasting with Willamette Valley Vineyards 6:00–7:00pm

Presented by:
Salmon-Safe, UO Graduate School of Architecture, Metro

The event includes Nat Scholz, Ph.D., NOAA Fisheries, presenting new stormwater research; Metro, with its regional vision for greener cities and innovative, salmon-friendly design in on-the-ground projects; and presentations from UO’s innovative studio collaborations bridging architecture, business and ecology, including examples of new urban ecological innovations both at home and abroad. Salmon-Safe will unveil the first certified Salmon-Safe residential development.


For more information, please contact Dan at Salmon-Safe
503.232.3750 or info@salmonsafe.org