Please Join Our
Portland Harbor CAG Meeting.

Wednesday, February 8, 2023 At 6:30 p.m.  
The Meeting Will Begin
At 6:30 p.m. Pacific

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Hello Everyone,

Tonight, we will have a knowledge share and discussion with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) Fish Biologist. Our guest will talk about the Willamette River salmonoid’s life cycle and resiliency in the lower Willamette/Portland harbor Superfund site. These little fry make an incredible migration to the ocean through the lower Willamette River. There are so many questions about the fry’s journey, do they sleep, rest, and for how long? What are their life cycles, and are they really connected to our forest? So many questions and tonight we hope you join us with your own questions too.    



Listen to traditional Nez Perce Storytelling from Harry Slickpoo Jr., followed by conversation exploring the art, history, and science embedded in traditional stories and their ability to hold and perpetuate living culture.

Harry Slickpoo Jr. is an enrolled member of the Nez Perce Tribe. A Language Instructor for Northwest Indian College and Lewiston High School teaching nimiipuutimt (Nez Perce language), Harry is also the Collections Specialist for the Nez Perce Tribe’s hitéemenwees Research Library. He is a Cultural consultant to Nez Perce Tourism, a Nimiipuu owned company enriching Nimiipuu cultural identity and providing a bridge for non-Native people to think more deeply about our connection to the Land.

When and Where: Friday February 17th, 2pm PST, on Zoom.

Register here.

The Lower Willamette River Speaks: Gallery at Lloyd Center 
Despite floods and broken water pipes, the exhibit survived and is now at its new location at Lloyd Center in the former Ann Taylor Loft location. This is on the second-floor south-west of the ice-skating rink.  The exhibit looks wonderful there and many people are stopping to learn about the area.  We are able to host educational experiences in the store, which is a great opportunity.  You can visit the exhibit while supporting Lloyd Center’s many small businesses. It’s a great place to walk on rainy days! 

  • Open the hours of the Lloyd Center Mall
  • If you like to bring college, high, middle, and grade school class to the exhibit, reach out to have an interactive experience at the gallery; call- Sarah Taylor ‭(503) 805-4680‬ or Jan Zuckerman (503) 481-7033 for more information
  • Exhibit is on the main floor of Lloyd Center Mall across from the “closed” Made In Oregon store and Its inside the “former” Anne Taylor’s Loft store.  

 Here is the link to the Braided River Campaigns website

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Rumble on the River 

Click this link for the Rumble on the River #4 What’s Up With Zenith Energy & the Critical Energy Infrastructure Hub in Portland Harbor. We had a great turn out there the Rumble, please share and join the next Rumble that will be announce in this announcement in the near future.  

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Mac Barr is a Supervisory District Fisheries Biologist with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW).  He currently serves the North Willamette Watershed Coast Range district and is based out of Clackamas, Oregon.  Mac has a master’s degree in Marine Fisheries Management from Oregon State University and a bachelor’s degree in Biology from Bowdoin College.  He has worked for ODFW for over 13 years.  Until recently moving into the district biologist role, Mac studied fish predation on the Columbia and Snake Rivers as the research project leader for the Bonneville Power Administration funded Northern Pikeminnow Management Program.  


Date:   Wednesday, February 8th, 2023
Time: Start at 6:30 pm Pacific
Zoom Time: Start at 6:30 pm Pacific
Location:  8940 N. Bradford St. Portland, Oregon 97203 (
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