The Hutchinson site is on the right side of this March 2016 aerial photo. High winter and early spring flows in the Tualatin River and O’Neil creek regularly inundate the Hutchinson tract, 80% of which lies within the floodplain.
Native Plants Abound
These red alder, Oregon ash, spirea and dogwood are among the quarter-million native plants planted at Hutchinson since 2006.
The Tualatin River near flood stage, as it flows along the Hutchinson tract. Note the willow stems lining the inundated stream bank.
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