Join the Friends of Nob Hill Nature Park and the Native Plant Society of Oregon for an easy, low-key stroll though Nob Hill Nature Park to view trillium and fawn lilies in an area currently undergoing restoration. NHNP is a 6.6-acre oak woodland, perched on a basalt bluff, overlooking the Columbia River. Come and give your two cents on plants found in this lower-Columbia River ecosystem. Long pants and long sleeves are suggested. This event is on, rain or shine.

Directions: NHNP is 30 miles north of Portland, off Hwy 30, in St Helens. Meet at city’s wastewater treatment facility across from park at 2 PM. Allow 45 minutes drive time from Portland. Coming north from Portland, take Hwy 30 past Sauvies Island and past Scappoose. At the WalMart in St Helens, turn right on Gable Road. Go toward the river. Bear right on Plymouth Street (may become Sixth on some maps) and continue until you see the wastewater treatment plant on the right side. There is plenty of easy parking across from the park’s main entrance. For day of event only, call 503-349-8586. A plant list is available by request by calling trip leader, Caroline Skinner at 503-248-9719.

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