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Drone photo looking at creek winding through forest and farmland with logs and trees placed in floodplain.

A Healthier Future for Fern Creek

Wildlife habitat is a precious resource in the Tualatin River watershed and Washington County is one of the fastest growing counties in the state. While […]

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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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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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Belt and Lundy Forest Improvement: Virtual Project Tours

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Wingham Farms Partners With Tualatin SWCD to Protect Streams

Going big for conservation! Daniel and Julie Lee, owners of Wingham Farms, are protecting 31 acres of land adjacent to West Fork Dairy Creek and […]

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A newly planted Hedgerow at Sparrowhawk Farm

Hedgerow at Sparrowhawk Farm

What’s so great about hedgerows (a row of shrubs and trees)? Hedgerows are neat lines of tall plants that hug the sides of streams, roads, […]

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