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

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#mywetland Photo Contest

 For the Whole Month of May Share your love, share your photos!     Share your photos with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram Tag us! Twitter tag @oregonwetlands  Instagram…

Field Days with our Great Egg Mass Monitoring Volunteer Crew!

The People and The Place

How often can you see and experience an estuary or place through the eyes of four individuals who have devoted their lives to understanding, exploring, studying and protecting the Salmon…

Finding Common Ground in the Harney Basin

OWEB Invests In Harney Basin Wetlands Initiative.  On Tuesday January 27 2016, The Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board (OWEB) recognized the diverse Harney Basin Wetland Initiative Partnership with a $1.6 million…

Eat and drink for wetlands!

We are so excited for our BIG 6-month partnership With Oregon Public House, the nation’s FIRST nonprofit pub. How can you be involved? Visit the pub! Bring your friends, schedule a meeting at…

Restoration of Matson Creek

        November 2015 As the rains have reluctantly reached the Oregon coast planting of trees and shrubs along the newly re-meandered Matson Creek main-stem and north fork…

What Can Beavers Do For You?

The Wetlands Conservancy has been a long time admirer of the North American Beaver, a keystone species that has the single greatest impact on promoting natural ecosystem function in wetlands…

Wetlands & Wellies 2015 Photo Story

Over 175 members, supporters, partners, volunteers and food lovers gathered at DuckRidge Farm to celebrate 34 years of conservation of Oregon wetlands.  Together we raised over $45,000 for the protection…

Congratulations, Bruce Taylor, for receiving the prestigious 2015 John E. Nagel Award!

For more than 23 years, Bruce Taylor has worked to protect and restore important habitats for birds as the Executive Director of the Oregon Habitat Joint Venture (OHJV). He possesses…

Art Contest: Transform our bamboo fish into something useful and beautiful!

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Calling all artists! We are hosting an art contest with Portland’s ADX (Art Design Portland) to transform 288 bamboo fish into a marketable product that expresses TWC’s mission to…

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