Northwest Association of Environmental Professionals

NWAEP First Thursday Mixers in Seattle and Portland 04/07

  • Thursday, April 07, 2016
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
  • Seattle (Vittles, 2330 2nd Ave) and Portland (The Green Dragon, 928 SE 9th Ave)


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April 7, 2016

NWAEP First Thursday Networking Mixers

5:30 to 7:00pm

First pint is FREE for members!

We would like to thank this month's Portland sponsor, Assessment Associates, Inc. See below for more information.

NWAEP monthly first Thursday networking events are an opportunity for you to meet, network, stay informed, and stay connected with local environmental professionals.  The event is also a great way to connect with the NWAEP Board to contribute ideas for new events, speakers, topics, trainings, and other activities.  Networking mixers are held in both Portland and Seattle (see more details below).  As always, this event is free to both members and non-members, so please bring a friend.  Please register on our events page so we know you are attending!


Vittles Neighborhood Bistro & Bar

Join us at Vittles Bistro & Bar in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle for our First Thursday Networking Mixer!  Vittles is located in the heart of Belltown, featuring craft cocktails, draft beers, and delectable food.  All your favorites in one neighborhood bistro!

Please contact Josh Jensen at with any comments or questions about the Seattle event.


The Green Dragon
928 SE 9th Avenue

Join us at the Green Dragon Bistro and Pub to network with your fellow Portland NWAEP crew!  The Green Dragon is a bar dedicated to the education and appreciation of craft beer, with 56 rotating taps and a featured brewer from local and regional breweries every Thursday.  If it is a nice evening, we'll be out on the patio as space allows - if not we will be in the barrel room.  Just ask at the bar if you are unsure where to find us.

This month's mixer sponsor is Assessment Associates, Inc. 

Assessment Associates, Inc. is an environmental consulting firm that specializes in Phase I Environmental Site Assessments. Their staff have conducted hundreds of assessments, and really love to investigate the history of a property. Their goal is to help investors, banks, governments, and industrial and commercial property owners avoid the financial nightmare of hidden environmental liabilities.

Please contact Lindsay Mico at with any comments or questions about the Portland event.


Northwest Association of Environmental Professionals     •     PO Box 11583, Portland, OR 97211         TheNWAEP at gmail dot com 


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