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World Wetlands Day: Wetlands for our Future

World Wetlands Day commemorates the ‘Convention of Wetlands’ an international intergovernmental treaty that was established on February 2, 1971 in the Iranian city of Ramsar.  The treaty was created in response to the increasing loss and degradation of wetland habitats that are critical to migratory birds.  The international treaty promotes the worldwide preservation and sustainable

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Goodbye Mary Anne and John!

In December TWC said goodbye to office manager Mary Anne Sohlstrom and GIS analyst John Bauer.  Both will be missed for the skills and passion for wetlands that they brought to the organization. After more than 21 years at TWC Mary Anne Sohlstrom will spend more time doing the things she loves most, birding and

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Paddle Raise Nets $10,000 for Central Coast Conservation

Oregon’s coastal wetlands, estuaries and forest lands are some of the most threatened, landscapes in the state. These fragile areas provide critical habitat to many of Oregon’s most threatened and endangered species. In partnership with others, The Wetlands Conservancy is getting closer to conserving and restoring over 10,000 acres of Oregon’s coastal forest, river, wetland,

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