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Trees and shrubs that are generally available include bulrush, slough sedge, Douglas spirea, Indian plum, ninebark, red flowering currant, red osier dogwood, serviceberry, snowberry, vine maple, big leaf maple, cottonwood, Douglas fir, red alder, Sitka spruce, and western red cedar. Plants that are occasionally available include twinberry, red huckleberry, blue elderberry, red elderberry, dawn redwood, and Oregon crabapple.
Did you know?
Different materials cause different colors in leaves. Red comes from glucose, brown from waste, and purple from anthocyanin. Yellow is always present in leaves but the color green overpowers it during the spring and summer.
Burn-to-learns offer NFD personnel an opportunity to learn advanced firefighting techniques in a live fire setting. - Some Photos by: Walter Everly and LuAnne Cadd
Newberg Public Works, Fire and Police celebrated Children’s Public Works Day with displays of large equipment and demonstrations of what Public Works Men and Women do on a daily basis. Families were able to experience firsthand how Public Works impacts their lives on a daily basis. We estimate over 500 kids and their parents attended the event. A big THANK YOU goes out to all who helped/participated with this event.
City of Newberg celebrate Public Works Day with local families with displays of equipment and demonstrations of what PW's Men and Women do on a daily basis. Families are able to experience first hand how Public Works impacts their lives.
Views and photos from around Newberg
Photography donated to City for its use.