Providing Local Solutions to Local Problems

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.

NRCS Funding Available: Dairy CreekLearn more
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Last Tweets

  • Another great classroom aid for farm conservation: My America Farm passport and especially the new pollinator game! ,
  • Wonder why urban gardens perform differently than farms? Check out the soil below! (USDA urban conservation webinar) ,
  • Hey teach' - here's something new for the classroom: "Farmland" lesson plans from USFRA! ,

Weed of the Month

Goatsrue flower. Photo: Steve Dewey, Utah State University

Goatsrue

By: Emily Dings, District volunteer   An unusually tall member of the pea family, this perennial herb shoots high and roots deep. Although Early Detection and Rapid Response (EDRR) in Oregon has contained goatsrue’s presence to a small number of roadside areas, in 2015 the weed nonetheless earned a place on the Oregon Invasive SpeciesRead More

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