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Bankston Family Nature Preserve

Growing up in the 1970s, Carla Bankston and her sister often played in the woods their family owns along the north bank of the Tualatin […]

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Person removing garlic mustard plant

Invasive Species Management Made Easy

The Permit of Entry agreement allows Tualatin SWCD to survey and treat invasive species on landowner’s properties.

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backyard garden with creek running through.

Hall Creek Habitat Restoration Project

The Hall Creek stream restoration project utilizes community collaboration to increase wildlife habitat and improve water quality.

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Croakers Crossing Farm Joins the Effort to Save Oregon White Oak

Not far from Beaverton, Oregon, Dave Fallesen and Jenna Johnson manage 68 acres of scenic pasture which they use to raise cows, pigs, and poultry. […]

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Children work in the raised garden beds at West Union School

West Union Elementary TWIG Grant

West Union Elementary School’s courtyard is getting a makeover! This Hillsboro school will soon boast a permaculture-based garden containing several raised beds, improved pollinator habitat, […]

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Conservation canine and handler looking for invasive species

Conservation Canines: Lending a Helping Paw

A team from Conservation Canines (CK9) is working in the Tualatin River watershed to can locate invasive garlic mustard plants.

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