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Multnomah County salvaged materials keep on giving

The call came in a couple of years ago. Multnomah County was moving some portable shop facilites and they wondered if we would be interested in salvaging the attached ADA-compliant ramps. Mark Haley, The ReStores business relations director and several Evergreen Habitat for Humanity site volunteers went to work pulling apart the structures and storing the lumber for future projects. That...

We're on the ballot! New Seasons launches Bag It Forward

New Seasons customers will soon be able donate their 5¢ reusable bag credit to a local non-profit. But first they’re putting it to a vote.  Through their new “Bag It Forward” program, customers can elect to support a non-profit that embodies one of the three New Seasons tenets: fighting hunger, supporting K-12 schools and promoting environmental conservation. During the initial vote (...

Decon incentives to be evaluated

UPDATE: On February 17, the Portland City Council passed a deconstruction resolution. As of October 31, 2016 any home that was built before 1916 and is coming down must be deconstructed rather than demolished with a backhoe and discarded [some exceptions apply]. READ: First of its kind: Deconstruction resolution approved. The Portland City Council is pushing to create a...

ReStores closed all day Monday, Jan. 4

While snow creates cheers among the young at heart, it can cause serious hazards on area roadways. That's why the ReStores in Portland, Beaverton and Vancouver will remain closed all day Monday, January 4. We look forward to greeting you on Tuesday!  In the time being check out our Facebook page and Twitter for news, fun and upcycling ideas!

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