Urban Dwellers and Neighborhood Nature Research

What are the benefits of small-scale natural areas in our neighborhoods? Take part in research that explores your experiences with and thoughts on watershed health projects like rain gardens, Green Streets and habitat restoration that are in the Mt. Tabor to the Willamette River area, between SE Hawthorne and SE Powell Blvd.

Your participation in this study will help researchers find out more about the benefits of small-scale neighborhood oriented nature. This study is being conducted by Sarah Church and Dr. Maged Senbel of the School of Community and Regional Planning at the University of British Columbia.

You must be willing to be interviewed at a location of your convenience during the summer of 2011. If you would like to participate, please contact Church at churchsp@interchange.ubc.ca, or 208-310-2841.

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