npGREENWAY on Travel Oregon Blog
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npGREENWAY Board Member, Francie Royce, wrote an article that was published on the Travel Oregon blog today.
Walking the Greenway Trail on Swan Island
By Francie Royce
Swan Island, an industrial hub in North Portland, home to heavy industry and distribution warehouses, would seem an unlikely location for a trail for wildlife viewing on the Willamette River. Those who do walk this flat one mile trail of the future North Portland Willamette Greenway Trail will be pleasantly surprised to find a nice mix between viewing wildlife and a working river. It is one of the few locations for public access to the Willamette River in North Portland.
On a sunny but chilly October afternoon as I walk along and look out on the north flowing Willamette River, black and white ring necked Canadian Geese calmly sit on the water in floating formation, tug boats chug by, and fishermen in small pleasure craft dangle their lines into the water hopefully. […]
Click here to read the entire story on the Travel Oregon Blog.
HI guys – I am a St Johns resident new to the npGreenway site/blog. I wanted to do the postcards, but I see they need updating with our current elected officials. Please fix those up and I’ll be happy to get mine out and urge local biz pals to feature them prominently.
Thanks for your comment, shuttergoddess. Yes, our postcards have not yet been updated. We are in the process of updating our map right now and will look at the postcards as well. Feel free to send us and e-mail at info [at] npgreenway.org if you would like to discuss more.