Wetlands clean and recharge our water supply, provide critical fish and wildlife habitat,
and protect our communities from floods. They are some of the most biologically rich and productive lands in Oregon. Learn how The Wetlands Conservancy is conserving these important places.

conserve

Promoting community and private partnerships to permanently protect and conserve Oregon’s greatest wetlands.

collaborate

Building strategies to support conservation while nurturing community stewardship, restoration and acquisition of land.

stewardship

Inspiring people to explore how wetlands play a vital role in their everyday lives.

Current Stories

Beaver Restoration Guidebook

The Beaver Restoration Guidebook, originally published in June of 2015, is a scientifically rigorous, yet accessible, practitioner’s guide that provides a synthesis of the best available science for using beaver to improve stream ecosystem function. This updated version includes a new chapter on urban beavers and additional case studies and updates throughout the guidebook The knowledge

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New Turtle Nesting Site at Nyberg

The waters have finally receded at our Nyberg Wetland Preserve to allow Megan Garvey, TWC Urban Land Steward and volunteers to start working on our Western Pond turtle habitat enhancement project. Western Pond turtles need open space, near the water, to warm their bodies and then lay their eggs.  In urban areas,  it is especially

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