Jenne Reische, riparian specialist for Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation District, was presented with the Special District Service award by the […]
The Wildlife category is about developing habitat conditions to enhance the life cycle of wild creatures, including fish. Our Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) and riparian restoration activities are focused on habitat but also provide water quality benefits.
We are pleased to share this exciting announcement from our friends at the Xerces Society. Big news! Xerces Society has launched a […]
Third grade students in Lake Oswego are helping to transform a rarely used patch of schoolyard into a new native plant garden […]
Volunteers are needed to help us restore native habitat in Stringfield Park along the Trolley Trail with native plants, shrubs and trees! […]
Volunteers are invited to take part in a rewarding and enriching opportunity to become a Volunteer Naturalist at the Tualatin River National […]