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Planting Oregon White Oak Trees

Oak habitat is in decline Oregon white oak trees (Quercus garryana) provide a key habitat in Washington County. Oak trees are known as a tolerant […]

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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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Fin-tastic Fish in the Tualatin River Watershed

Did you know that everyone lives in a watershed? If you live, work, and play in Washington County, you are part of the Tualatin River […]

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Meet Your Watershed Navigator

The Watershed Navigator is a resource for people who live, work, and play in Oregon’s Tualatin River watershed. It includes tools for your home, yard and community and information about where to access parks, trails and the river.

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Backyard Habitats Transform Spaces to Oases

Laura shares her experience of enrolling in the Backyard Habitat Certification Program and a few things she learn along her journey.

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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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