Partners for Watershed Health
Tree for All engages communities large and small in watershed restoration projects throughout the Tualatin River Watershed in Oregon.
Case Study: Spring Hill Natural Area
Located in a mostly-agricultural area outside of Gaston, Spring Hill Natural Area is one of the latest links in a growing chain of ecological enhancement projects in the Wapato Lake-to-Fernhill wildlife corridor.
Living with Beavers
Beavers are a keystone species. Their return is a sign of success for restoration efforts in the Tualatin Valley, but beavers bring challenges, too.
Collaboration among community, municipal, and conservation organizations makes large-scale change and long-term stewardship possible. Public-private partnerships within Oregon’s Washington County improve water quality, sustain native species and support diverse and complex habitats. The results? Better outcomes for human health, ecology and the economy.