What do we do?

Restore, protect and enhance the ecological health and function of our unique urban watershed.


Replacing or retrofitting barriers so fish can access healthy habitat throughout the watershed.


Removing invasive plants, then planting native shrubs and trees to support native pollinators, fish, birds, mammals, and more.


Engaging with all of our community members through educational events like Science Talks and on-the-ground workshops, and volunteer restoration events. 

Latest News

Emerald Ash Borer: Community Training

Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) will soon cause die-offs of Oregon’s ash trees. Learn how to help. The Emerald ash borer (EAB) poses a serious, devastating risk due to the high mortality level[…]

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No Ivy Day 2023

Join Tryon Creek Watershed Council for a morning of ivy removal at Marshall Park, through which flows the main stem of Tryon Creek, which supports a healthy coastal cutthroat trout[…]

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Plastic Removal work party at LOUCC

A few weekends ago 26 volunteers, from the Green Teams at both Lake Oswego United Church of Christ (LOUCC) and Lake Oswego High School, came together to remove black landscaping plastic[…]

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Board Meetings

Tryon Creek Watershed Council board meetings are held on the second Monday of the month.  Confirm scheduled meetings and location on the calendar.

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Meeting Location

During COVID-19 precautions, we are holding online meetings via Zoom. Email us if you’d like to attend!


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Contact Us

Email our Coordinator, Alexis, at: alexis@tryoncreek.org