The Difference It Makes
Located between Portland and the foothills of Oregon’s Coast Range, the Tualatin River Watershed is home to national and international headquarters (including Intel and Nike) in addition to some of the most productive agricultural land in America. Tree for All projects touch more than 30,000 acres within the basin; project sites range in size from smaller than a baseball diamond to larger than three of our smallest cities combined.
Since 2005, Tree for All partners have:
Restored more than 140 miles of river and stream habitat.
Saved the public millions of dollars by deploying lower-cost, multi-function green infrastructure rather than installing and operating chillers.
Learned and applied groundbreaking lessons about stewardship, allowing projects to thrive and connect with each other.
Planted more than eight million native plants—with the 10 million mark in our sights for the spring of 2019. Well-stewarded, that’s enough plants to provide habitat for at least 225,000 cutthroat trout, and exert a cooling influence greater than 23 million trays of ice.