KEEN created Forest Park in downtown Portland, Oregon to raise awareness about the current threat of invasive species and the 20-year vision of Forest Park Conservancy to restore Forest Park. A special thanks goes out to the staff and volunteers from the Conservancy who helped us throughout the day!
Originally created by Rebar, San Francisco art and design collective, PARK(ing) Day is an annual, one-day, global event where artists, activists, and citizens independently but simultaneously temporarily transform metered parking spots into PARK(ing) spaces: temporary public parks.
Our site was part of a metropolitan effort for the launch of The Intertwine, an initiative to create the world’s greatest systems of parks, trails, and natural areas in the Portland area.
- Intl. Park(ing Day) 2009 – Forest Park in the City?
- A Year in the Long Life of Forest Park – A Photographic Essay Benefiting the Forest Park Conservancy
- KEEN Garage Street Party with Elements Tour, Kavu and ClifBar
- Why Do People Volunteer for the Day of Stewardship? Watch the Video . . .
- KEEN Opens The KEEN Garage – A Hub for HybridLife and KEEN Products