Author: Sharon Keast

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Free Training on April 9!

FREE Watershed Stewardship TrainingApril 9, 1 – 4:30pmClassroom located in the Tryon Creek Nature Center, 11321 SW Terwilliger Blvd Join the Tryon Creek Watershed Council and the Friends of Tryon Creek’s Backyard Habitat Program for an informative (and FREE) watershed stewardship workshop. This workshop will start with an hour of in-class training, including an overview of the ecology…
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Jackie Brenner standing in a corn field.

Featured Friend Friday: Jackie Brenner

Meet 2016 TCWC Volunteer of the Year Jackie Brenner!   I initially got involved with TCWC in late January 2016. I was working a desk job at a private environmental data firm at the time and wanted to be more connected to the outdoors and the community. I had heard about the unique role of…
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Mary Logalbo with a young girl

Featured Friend Friday: Mary Logalbo

Mary Logalbo is a neighbor and organizational partner from the West Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District (WMSWCD). She has been involved with TCWC for the past eight years – volunteering at work parties, participating on the Watershed Council board, on the Council’s Stewardship Committee, and coordinating the Urban Watershed Mentor training that helps TCWC…
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Mikell Warms

Featured Friend Friday: Mikell Warms

  Mikell is a hydraulic/hydrologic engineer by trade, but has volunteered and helped out in the TCWC community with small projects over the last year. He got his foot in the door by showing up to a council meeting and chatting with the board members about his skills/expertise and volunteering to help in any way.…
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Torrey Lindbo standing outdoors with mountains and lake in background

Featured Friend Friday: Torrey Lindbo

Meet TCWC Board President Torrey Lindbo This coming July will be the two year mark for Torrey Lindbo as the TCWC board president.  He has officially been on the board for 3 years, but has been involved with the council since moving to his home along Tryon Creek a little over 5 years ago.  Having spent the past 20 years…
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