1000 Friends of OregonActive Living by DesignAmerican Heart AssociationBureau of PlanningCoalition for a Livable FutureCommunity Health Partnership: Oregon Public Health InstituteGrowing GardensKelly Elementary SUN ProgramLents Food GroupLents Neighborhood AssociationMarshall High SchoolNorthwest Health FoundationOregon Coalition for Promoting Physical ActivityPortland Development CommissionPortland Office of TransportationPortland Parks and RecreationPortland State UniversityPortland/Multnomah Food CouncilRobert Wood Johnson FoundationWattles Boys and Girls ClubZenger Farm
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This project was made possible by Portland State University spring and summer capstone students 2008 in conjunction with Community Health Partnership: Oregon’s Public Health Institute. This atlas describes some of the work of the Lents neighborhood Healthy Eating Active Living initiative, which is directed by Noelle Dobson of the Community Health Partnership, Oregon’s Public Health Institute. Created through a lens of healthy eating and active living, this atlas is intended to describe the historical richness and importance of the Lents community and exhibit significant projects and programs in the area.
Adcox, Allison; Carter, Marina; Davis, Allen; and Gray, Jonathan, "Getting to Know Lents: A Thematic Atlas of Healthy Eating and Active Living" (2008). Asset Mapping: Community Geography Project. 5.