Monthly Archives: February 2015

Water quality project by our international volunteer, Ana Blandon

This past Saturday marks the close of a wonderful partnership with Mount Hood Community College’s SEED (Scholarships for Education and Economic Development) program.  The students from this program have volunteered at our Gresham Meadowlands preserve five times over the past two years.  They have been hard-working, fun-loving and dedicated volunteers! The SEED program supports projects for international students–one

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Office Happenings

2014 was a big year in TWC office land and 2015 is promising continuing growth. When we think of land protection, we conjure up incredible images of beautiful landscapes and wetlands. Protection of these special places would not happen without a lot of behind the scenes paperwork, conversations, spreadsheets, maps and stories.   The new

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LightHawk Volunteer Pilot Tony Carson Flies for 2014 King Tide Project

This year the December King Tide (highest tides of the year) followed several days of big storms. On December 22, TWC GIS Analyst John Bauer, Photographer Ben Friedle and LightHawk volunteer pilot Tony Carson found a break in the storm to fly above the Tillamook, Siletz, Sand Lake and Salmon River estuaries to get an

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