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Your Conservation District is here to help conserve, protect, and enhance the natural resources in the Tualatin River Watershed in many ways. Our goal is a clean and healthy watershed that supports all beneficial uses for people, fish, and wildlife; a vibrant economy; and livable communities.

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Weed of the Month

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Ventenata grass

Emily Dings, District volunteer Named for French botanist Pierre Ventenat, the flourishing of this winter annual has begun to raise concerns in Oregon, Washington, and several other states in the northwestern and northeastern United States. Although it has not yet been designated a noxious weed, the reedy grass has begun infiltrating forage areas and mixingRead More

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