Collaboration

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We build community, creating strong, long-lasting relationships within our organization and with our diverse partners. We implement our mission through the best available science and research.  In collaboration with our partners we collect, analyze and disseminate critical data to support wetlands conservation, restoration and education. Recognizing conservation of Oregon’s greatest wetlands rely on the actions of local communities, landowners, non-profits and public agencies TWC offers support and technical assistance to others working to conserve them. In partnership with businesses, TWC showcases the ecological, social and economic value of conserving Oregon’s wetlands.

Stories of Collaboration

Wetland Gift Guide

It feels good to give loved ones awesome presents, especially gifts that benefit Oregon’s wetlands. Shop from the list below and your purchase will benefit not just your gifts recipient,…

Its Winter in the Northwest….Best Time to Eat Lots of Delicious Local Seafood!

Planning a holiday gathering or meal out with a friend? Consider going to TWC’s longtime supporters; Nostrana, St Jack, La Moule or XICO. These restaurants each have a deep commitment…

As The Year Ends, a Letter from our Director

Dear Friends and Supporters, While wetlands are adaptable by their nature, threats like climate change, rising sea levels sprawl and competing water uses may be more than they can withstand.…

What Feels Important Today

Celebrating the real on #GivingTuesday November 29th. How do we capture the hearts and minds of our community? This is the question we “non-profiters” are always thinking about, especially when…

Notes from the Field: Milkweed & Monarchs

Over the course of the past two years, TWC neighbor and avid volunteer Sue Reed planted 8 milkweed plants at  our Nyberg Wetland Preserve. Sue chose to plant the beautiful…

Living Legends: Jack Broome & Althea Pratt

By Larry McClure, Tualatin Life Behind the big hedge next to the WES station you can barely see Tualatin’s only building on the National Register of Historic Places, the 1858…

Beautiful Evening + Community = Great Stories of Watershed Health

Last month, twenty Kellogg Creek neighbors joined The Wetlands Conservancy and The North Clackamas Urban Watersheds Council (NCUWC) for a summer evening potluck. The picturesque, streamside Cavalier HOA park in…

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…

National Wetland Month Photo Contest Slideshow

          Thank you to all who participated in our National Wetlands Month photo contest.  We are overwhelmed with the beauty, humor and obvious love you have…

Cranes, curlews, and cows – the delicate debate over Oregon’s federal lands

Last night, May 24th, PBS News Hour aired a story about the work of the High Desert Partnership, spotlighting our Director Esther Lev.  Click here to watch the full story!…