Category Archives: Collaboration

Wetlands & Wellies Collaborates With Coopers Hall

Wetlands & Wellies 2018 A Tour of Wetlands and a Taste of Oregon in Support of Conserving Oregon’s Greatest Wetlands.  Sunday October 14, 2018 Coopers Hall, 404 SE 6th Ave Portland OR 97214 Please join us for The Wetlands Conservancy’s annual fundraiser celebrating the conservation of Oregon’s Greatest wetlands-and enjoy a day of exploring Portland

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Student Beaver Believers

Visiting wetlands in the spring can be quite the experience.  Rain, deep sticky mud, possible salamander and frog siting’s, tracks from beavers.  What sounds like a wilderness experience, is actually less than a mile away from many Washington county schools. For the past three years, Megan Garvey TWC Urban Land Steward, has been introducing 4th

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Make a Toast! Painted Turtle Rock and Rye

  Erica and Sebastian Degens of Stone Barn Brandyworks created the perfect cocktail to kick off TWC’s American Wetland Month and Rock…Paper…Turtle celebrations. Grab a friend and visit a wetland, enter the photo contest and top off the day with a Painted Turtle Rock and Rye. Painted Turtle Rock & Rye 2 oz Stonebarn Brandyworks’

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Chewaucan Marshes

For migratory birds, the Upper and Lower (pictured) Chewaucan Marshes in Lake County are one of the most important wetlands in Oregon.  Traditional flood irrigation of ranchers’ hay pastures spreads waters from the Chewaucan River across the historic marshes every spring, providing habitat for waterfowl, shorebirds and other waterbirds moving north in their annual migration. 

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Keeping Beavers in the System

For the last decade agencies, land trusts and volunteer groups have been working throughout Oregon to enhance our watersheds. The work has brought the return of many native species, including the American beaver. Statewide, the Oregon Watershed Enhancement board has been the lead funder, while Clean Water Services has funded the majority of projects in

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