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When Oregon Ash Goes Missing: What the Arrival of EAB Means for the Tualatin River Watershed

Oregonians don’t exalt ash trees the way they do other native trees. That’s no slight to the good people of Oregon. It’s a statement to […]

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An adult emerald ash borer feeds on an ash tree leaf.

The Emerald Ash Borer Has Arrived in Oregon

For twenty years, a pretty little insect has been traveling across the nation and it has finally arrived in Oregon, as specialists knew it eventually […]

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Ecosystem Services: The Benefits Nature Provides Us

Over time, humans have altered the ecosystems we live in to establish communities and livelihoods. These changes, however, have come at the cost of diminishing […]

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Western Redcedar Trees Need Your Help

Western redcedar trees are some of the oldest living organisms in the Pacific Northwest. They can live to nearly a thousand years old, and their […]

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Celebrating Oregon White Oak

If you’ve been keeping up with us, you may have noticed that we talk about Oregon white oak a lot! As part of a regional […]

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What is Biodiversity and Why Does It Matter For You?

Biodiversity is a hot topic these days. All around us, there’s talk about the earth’s most beautiful animals creeping ever closer to extinctionWhen an entire […]

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