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Happy New Year! Miscellaneous Edible Landscapes, Rain Gardens, and Nativescapes in 2020

Here are a few pictures of small projects we have done this year. We usually like to showcase big projects on separates posts, but it made more sense to bundle up the smaller projects into a single post. 2020 has been a difficult year for everyone, including the workers at SymbiOp. At the same time, …

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Handmade Repurposed Planter Fences, Raise Beds, and Stonescapes at Hygiene4All

Hygiene4All is a houseless-led Portland nonprofit dedicated to create community hygiene, sanitation, and safety hubs for our houseless neighbors. SymbiOp was tasked to build planters, fences, raise beds, and stonescapes for this particular hub so that the space is not only safe but also beautiful. As usual, we gave this project our non-profit discount.

Food Forest, Medicine Garden, and Native Rain Garden at Tabor Commons

Tabor Commons is venue owned and operated by Southeast Uplift, a Portland non-profit with a mission to collaborate with the Southeast Portland community to build informed, inclusive, and participatory neighborhoods that support our social and ecological well-being. We are very glad to work with them because their mission aligns perfectly with SymbiOp’s mission. As usual, …

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