Emily Dings, Volunteer You may be familiar with some varieties of the bright, cheery impatiens, or “touch-me-nots,” a nursery grower staple. They are sold as a popular plant for annual flowerbeds. But you may not know that the genus Impatiens comprises a wide range of plants, including several wild herbaceous annuals found in the Pacific
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.