Tag Archives: Stewardship

The ‘SEEDs’ of Change

After two years of volunteering with TWC, Mt Hood Community College SEED (Scholarships for Education and Economic Development) students are returning to their home countries. These students, from around the world, have worked with TWC land stewards Megan Garvey and Kaegan Scully Engelmeyer as part of their program studying natural resource management. For many of

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Thank you spring 2015 volunteers!

This spring, one hundred and thirty volunteers helped plant 3,850 native trees and shrubs including pacific willow, elderberry, ninebark, and thimbleberry. Our volunteers were as busy as beavers removing mats of invasive reed canarygrass and woody-rooted yellow flag iris as well as taking out more than 2 cubic yards of litter at our Nyberg, Cedar Mill,

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Old Christmas trees provide habitat for juvenile salmon

The Wetlands Conservancy teams up with local fishing groups and ODFW to help juvenile salmon and steelhead. Toledo, Oregon- 2/22/2015 After a record breaking year for salmon returns, local fishermen from the U-Da-Man and Longview Hills Fishing Clubs teamed up with The Wetlands Conservancy and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife in hopes of

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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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Save The Date!

Wetlands & Wellies 2019

Thursday November 14th 6:30pm

Coopers Hall

Tickets On Sale September 3rd