Category Archives: Events

What The Shell Happened to the Oysters?

What the Shell Happened to the Oysters?  In the early 1900’s Oregon was lined with prolific wild oyster populations. After the gold rush, the West Coast saw a rise in hydraulic mining, paper mills and human population which created a concentration in coastal water pollutants and killing off wild reefs. The surviving oysters were not

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Beaver Events Kick-off This Week

This week marks the beginning of a whirlwind year of events all about Oregon’s beloved beaver.             Frances Backhouse Reading February 8, 7:00-8:00 pm Broadway Books, Portland The Wetlands Conservancy welcomes Canadian author Frances Backhouse who will do a reading of her book Once They Were Hats: In Search of

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Wetlands & Wellies 2016

Be sure to check out our 2017 event! We hope you join us October 7th for another lovely evening celebrating Oregon’s wetlands!         Thank you to our sponsors, chefs, brewers, vintners and distillers for making Wetlands & Wellies 2016 such a successful event. Sponsors Pacific Birds Habitat Joint Venture The Boeing Company

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Newell Creek Headwaters Restoration

The headwaters of Newell Creek are located at the Environmental Learning Center on Clackamas Community College Oregon City campus. Newell Creek makes its way to the Willamette through 1,800 acres of intact green space, the largest in the South Portland metro area.  Newell Creek Canyon is home to deer, Pacific wren, pileated woodpeckers, varied thrush, coyotes and

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