This group is a network of Portlanders that support the permaculture lifestyle. We connect in real life for farming and permaculture events to share knowledge, experiences, and resources.

We meet weekly to discuss the many projects we have going on in Portland. People meet other amazing people with survival and thrival skills galore at Bright Neighbor events. We discuss and move projects forward that help relocalize all aspects of life.

We even have a worm farm CSA!

On February 6th, 2010, Portlanders from all 95-neighborhoods will be participating in a massive fruit & nut tree pruning project, followed by grafting branches to root stocks – instantly creating thousands of new food-bearing trees in Portland.

This is a project-under-development, with a committee forming each week at the Bright Neighbor group meeting, as we have teamed up with Portland Peak Oil and Transition PDX. The project is a great neighbor building exercise, helps build local food security, and sequesters carbon right where we live – it’s a 3-in-1 karate kick into peak oil’s ugly face.

Come connect in the real world with your neighbors participating in this project by coming to the project meetings!

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Recent Meetups

  • June 14 · 11:00 AM

    medicine Cabinet Makeover Class

    2 Farming Students

    Medicine Cabinet Makeover & Green Smoothie Demo Taught by Green Smoothie Girl Health Coach Lucinda Foster Hosted by Healing Ponds, your natural solutions resource!... Learn more
  • April 10 · 6:00 PM

    Chicken class 101

    2 Farming Students

    Looking to learn about chickens, we have the class for you. Renee is the best teacher you could ever have for teaching chickens. In the class we will go over. •... Learn more
  • March 13 · 6:00 PM

    Chickens 102 coop class

    3 Farming Students

    This is a great class for someone wanting to billed there own chicken coop. In the class we will go over • Size of henhouse and run • Predator prevention • Tractor vs... Learn more
  • February 27 · 6:00 PM

    Chickens 101 Date change Sorry

    8 Farming Students

    Chicken class February 13th From 6-8pm Are you looking for chickens but don’t know how to care for them. Come to our chicken class and learn all about chickens. As one... Learn more
  • February 22 · 1:00 PM

    Chickens 102 coup class

    4 Farming Students

    In this class we will go over size of henhouse and runs, Predator prevention,Tractor vs permanent structure, Location,Roosts,Nest boxes, Bedding choices, Ventilation... Learn more
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  • New Member
    Jacob Colby Tanner Jacob Colby Tanner joined
    4 days ago
  • New Member
    Jonathan Jonathan­ joined
    August 15
    Jonathan
    "I have lived and worked on organic farms as part of WWOOF in Canada and Costa Rica. Currently have a small urban farm in my backyard with ducks, chickens, turkeys and more: http://facebook­.com/filbertstr­eetfarm"
  • New Member
    Kathleen Kathleen­ joined
    August 10
    Kathleen
    "Hi, I'm new to Portland and would like to learn how to garden. Not a fan of bios so I'll just let you meet me. :)"
  • New Member
    Rick Rick­ joined
    August 8
    Rick
    "I am a native Portlander who would enjoy learning more about urban farming."
  • New Member
    Kristen Kristen­ joined
    August 7
    Kristen
    "Interested in urban farming"
  • New Member
    stephen cahill stephen cahill joined
    August 1
    stephen cahill
    "Hello! I have a few years participating in a small farming coop, I would very much like to enhance that experience with an urban permaculture knowledgebase"
  • New Member
    Liz Liz­ joined
    July 19
  • New Member
    Mitch Turner Mitch Turner joined
    July 16
  • New Member
    Lisa Lisa­ joined
    July 13
    Lisa
    "I am getting a big yard soon, but I am not sure I am going to have time to do much with it as I will be jumping into caregiving for my dad as well. Could use some inspiration or might even be looking to offer some type of yard share."
  • New comment
    Peter Laughingwolf

    "I'm gifted by neighbors with an endless supply of chicken lore. Turning our collective knowledge into a commodity doesn'­t seem sustainable­ to me."

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Founded Mar 21, 2009
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