OAEP 16th Annual Summer Social - August 17, 2017

OAEP Special Event - Summer Social

Base Camp Brewing Company

930 SE Oak Street
Portland, OR
503.477.7479

Parking – On street parking available in the vicinity of the pub.

Public Transit – Bus stops just a few blocks away!
 Sandy Bus - #12
 Glisan Bus - #19

We are back at Base Camp to celebrate our 16th Annual Summer Social on August 17, 2017, between 5:00 and 7:00 pm. Base Camp Brewing was great to us last year, and they are offering us two brewery tours for 8 to 10 people during the event. Please join us on the patio to celebrate summer in Portland!

Hors d’oeuvres will be provided and a “cash” bar will be available. As always, this event will be an informal opportunity to network and socialize with other environmental professionals working in the region. RSVP not needed, although if your organization will have a significant turnout (> 5 people), we’d appreciate a heads up!

For additional information, contact:

John Foxwell, OAEP President 503-924-4704 x 1915

Taste the Terroir Tour 2017

Taste the Terroir Tour
Saturday, June 3, 2017
1721 SW Broadway

This year, the OAEP wine tour will return to the Newberg area to visit three excellent wineries : Arborbrook Winery, Brickhouse Winery, and Willakenzie Winery

Dr. Scott Burns, Emeritus Professor of Geology at Portland State University, a long-standing OAEP Board Member, and our resident Terroirist will host the annual tour.  Terroir is a French term used to describe the relationship between geology, soils, climate and the differences in wines.  It is a taste of the place.  Dr. Burns has been studying terroir since the 1970s.  

• Time:  Leave 10:00 AM and return at 6:00 PM from 1721 SW Broadway.  

• Cost per person: $60 (Price includes transportation and tasting fees).

• Bring your own picnic lunch and some water.     

Space is limited!  You can buy your seat today by using the Buy Now button below.

Event Schedule – 

10:00 a.m. - Leave Portland from Corner of Broadway and Mill (1721 SW Broadway)
11:00 a.m. - Arborbrook Winery – sample wines and have picnic lunch outside
12:45 a.m. – Leave Arborbrook Winery
1:00 p.m. – Brickhouse Winery, Ribbon Ridge – biodynamic winery
2:30 p.m. – Leave Brickhouse Winery
3:00 p.m. – Willakenzie Winery – check out soils and sip wine – first winery in US to be named after its soil!
4:30 p.m. – Leave Willakenzie Winery
5:45 p.m. – Arrive Back in Portland

You will have a chance to buy wines at all of the wineries.  We are able to keep the wine tour fee low because our guests consistently support the wineries and purchase wine.

Garage parking available at the corner of Broadway & Mill - $7 (purchase ticket at machine on ground floor)
 -or-
Ride Max Green or Yellow line southbound to PSU/SW 5th & Mill St. stop
 -or-
Ride Streetcar southbound to SW Park & Market stop or northbound to SW Park & Mill stop

For additional information, contact:

Dr. Scott Burns (503-725-3389) or email at burnss@pdx.edu 
John Foxwell (503-924-4704, ext. 1915) or email at jfoxwell@apexcos.com

OAEP 15th Annual Summer Social - August 11, 2016

OAEP Special Event - Summer Social

Base Camp Brewing Company

930 SE Oak Street
Portland, OR
503.477.7479

Parking – On street parking available in the vicinity of the pub.

Public Transit – Bus stops just a few blocks away!
 Sandy Bus - #12
 Glisan Bus - #19

We are back at Base Camp to celebrate our 15th Annual Summer Social on August 11, 2016, between 5:00 and 7:00 pm. Base Camp Brewing was great to us last year, and they are offering us two brewery tours for 8 to 10 people during the event. Please join us on the patio to celebrate summer in Portland!

Hors d’oeuvres will be provided and a “cash” bar will be available. As always, this event will be an informal opportunity to network and socialize with other environmental professionals working in the region. RSVP not needed, although if your organization will have a significant turnout (> 5 people), we’d appreciate a heads up!

For additional information, contact:

John Foxwell, OAEP President 503-924-4704 x1915