Learn more about the work of the groups on the frontlines of transforming Portland’s toxic harbor into a green working waterfront:

Portland Harbor Community Coalition,
The Braided River Campaign
Portland Audubon
Willamette Riverkeeper
Columbia Riverkeeper
Green Anchors
Portland Harbor Community Advisory Group
CedarAction Zenith Work Group
Extinction Rebellion PDX



Thursday, April 20th Doors & Info Tables @ 6:00 PM Panel @ 6:30 PM

The next Rumble on the River #8 is happening on Wednesday, June 28 at Central Lutheran Church, 1820 NE 21st Avenue at 6:30 pm. Rumble On The River community forums bring together expert voices to explain the risks of having 90% of Oregon’s fuel stored within city limits at the Critical Energy Infrastructure Hub along the Willamette River. The focus of this forum will be the proximity of the CEl Hub to Forest Park, the urban canopy, shade, equity, climate resilience and the forest-climate connection.

Twenty-six neighborhood, river and environmental organizations sponsor this series of free forums to increase public awareness of the safety, health and seismic risks associated with the Critical Energy Infrastructure (CEI) Hub and Zenith Energy. Each forum is different in its approach to examining the 6-mile stretch of aging tank farms that line the North Reach of the Willamette River within an earthquake liquefaction zone.

More Info: 503-705-1943

Co-Sponsoring Organizations: 

350PDX, Braided River Campaign, Breach Collective, Cathedral Park Neighborhood Association, CedarAction, Columbia Riverkeeper, EcoFaith Recovery, Extinction Rebellion-PDX, Linnton Neighborhood Association, Neighbors for Clean Air, Oregon Chapter of the Sierra Club, Oregon Conservancy Foundation, Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility, P.E.S.T. Projection, Portland Audubon, Portland Harbor Community Coalition, Portland Jobs with Justice, Portland Youth Climate Council, Portland Youth Climate Strike, Portsmouth Neighborhood Association, St. Johns Neighborhood Association, Sunrise Movement PDX