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.
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[…]Read more
ORCAS at TCSNA
We had a really great time out and about in Tryon Creek State Natural Area this spring, with a group from ORCAS (Oregon Refugee Childrens Assistance Services)! Since 2015, aside[…]Read more
Informational links related to Jackson Middle School proposed development
TCWC believes that development related to athletics and watershed conservation can be achieved in tandem with one another. We hope to see a project rooted in community partnership that weighs[…]Read more
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