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A Guide to Native and Invasive Turtles in Oregon

When exploring the various freshwater ecosystems around Washington County, you may have stumbled across some swimming, basking, or nesting turtles. Oregon has two native turtles, […]

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Weeds on Your Working Lands

Weed control on your land is important , especially with weeds that are harmful to livestock or impact crop productivity.

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Side-by-side comparison between periwinkle and Oregon iris

What’s the difference between native, non-native, and invasive plants?

Knowing the difference between native, non-native , and invasive plants can be tricky. Discover the simple and nuanced differences!

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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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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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Keep a Watch Out for Knotweed

Knotweed is harmful to urban and natural areas and is difficult to control. If you have knotweed on your property, we will treat it for free.

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