Thank you to everyone who volunteered at our 2017 Watershed Wide Event. The day was a huge success! We had over 80 volunteers join us for a day of restoring the Tryon Creek watershed. This is what they accomplished:

– planted over 400 native trees and shrubs

– cleared 200 trees from invasive ivy

– removed 20,000 square feet of invasives

– cleaned and organized a native plant nursery with hundreds of native plantsĀ 

Thanks for all of the awesome work! We look forward to seeing you all at Watershed Wide 2018!

This event would not be possible without the following partners:

City of Lake Oswego, City of Portland – Bureau of Environmental Services, Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation District, Elephant’s Delicatessen, Friends of Tryon Creek, Grand Central Bakery, HandsOn Greater Portland, KIND Snacks, Portland Parks & Recreation, Oregon Parks and Recreation Department, SOLVE, Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc., Southwest Watershed Resource Center, St. Mark Presbyterian Church, Starbucks, and West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District