Urban forestry, Sustainability, Land use -- Planning, Urban runoff -- Management -- Oregon -- Portland
Interview of Jim Labbe by Tony Smith on March 11th, 2011.
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Conservationist Jim Labbe worked as the Watershed Council Coordinator before joining the Portland Audubon Society. He represents Audubon, advocating for local and regional natural resource policies throughout the Portland-Metro area. He has also served on the advisory board of Depave.org and the Johnson Creek Watershed Council. He earned a BA in History from Reed College, and a MS in Physical Geography from Portland State University. In March of 2005 he was awarded the Coalition for a Livable Future's Robert L. Liberty Regional Leadership Award.
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Smith, Tony, "Interview with Jim Labbe, 2011" (2011). Sustainability History Project. http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/10769