Month: September 2018

No Ivy Day flyer

Join us for No Ivy Day!

Join Tryon Creek Watershed Council, Portland Parks & Recreation, and Friends of Marshall Park for a No Ivy Day work party to continue ivy removal in Marshall Park! Help restore this beautiful and important natural area by removing invasive species. This event is family friendly, but children must be accompanied by an adult. Please dress…
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Cutthroat Trout with beautiful orange maxillary about to receive a PIT tag for monitoring.

Fish Monitoring in the Tryon Creek Watershed

Natural areas in urban settings, such as Tryon Creek State Park, provide habitat and help preserve native species and wildlife within an area that would otherwise imperil them. As a place for people to see, experience, and appreciate nature often, urban natural areas can help to develop an understanding for the importance of conservation –…
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