SEN Newsletter May 2006 now available online...

Eugene, Oregon, USA: Southeast Neighbors warmly invites participation. Working together for the best for this great neighborhood is what we're all about!

SEN Newsletter May 2006 now available online...

Postby Kevin » Wed May 03, 2006 1:15 pm

Now available online:
Southeast Neighbors Newsletter - May 2006 (PDF)


Why are we here?
Basking in the bright green aliveness of such a gorgeous Willamette upland spring morning, the question strikes me with a pleasing brush of wonderment. Curling yellow fawn lilies and tiny, purple-crowned fairy slippers poke up beneath the drums and calls of the pileated, amongst jays fluffing their toughness with hoarse little calls copied from the red-tailed hawk overhead. All looks and sounds and smells and feels so connected, interwoven, there's no threat in that perennial existential challenge. ... (continued in PDF)

And more:
Lisa Warnes, on developments proposed in the Amazon Headwaters

Betty Taylor, on City Council News

David Monk, on Neighborhood emergency preparedness

Letter to the Editor

Thanks to Bob Rosen, newsletter editor extraordinaire, to all our contributors, and to Beth Bridges and Steve Norris at the City of Eugene for their great and timely support!


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Southeast Neighbors
Working to together to preserve the livability of our most
immediate surroundings, for all the people and creatures
therein, and for generations to come.

Please help save Eugene's threatened Pileated Woodpeckers!
Support upland wildlife habitat and headwaters stewardship.

Please help stop destructive infill development. Support
the South Hills Study, design standards, and design review.

http://www.SoutheastNeighbors.org
Think globally - Act neighborly! (tm)
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