What do we do?

Restore, protect and enhance the ecological health and function of our unique urban watershed.

FISH PASSAGE 

Replacing or retrofitting barriers so fish can access healthy habitat throughout the watershed.

RESTORATION

Removing invasive plants, then planting native shrubs and trees to support native pollinators, fish, birds, mammals, and more.

COMMUNITY

Engaging with all of our community members through educational events like Science Talks and on-the-ground workshops, and volunteer restoration events. 

Latest News

Dear Tryon Creek Community,

We support Black Lives Matter. We know that silence equals complicity. We care deeply, and we know we will never be perfect or get it all right. We will actively[…]

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The new (2014) Nettle Creek Bridge in the Tryon Creek State Natural Area, which now allows migratory fish such as cutthroat trout to move beyond the former fish passage barrier to upstream habitat.

Native Fish in Tryon Creek: USFWS Monitoring Report

An inspiring report comes from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Monitoring of Native Fish in Tryon Creek, which summarizes USFWS’ work in the Tryon Creek watershed to date. We[…]

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What’s Your Water Why? Here’s Ours

When you share your #MyWaterWhy with the world, you stand up for water and our future as a healthy and resilient state. Tryon Creek Watershed Council is participating in the[…]

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Board Meetings

Tryon Creek Watershed Council board meetings are held on the second Monday of the month.  Confirm scheduled meetings and location on the calendar.

Join us, everyone is welcome.

Meeting Location

During COVID-19 precautions, we are holding online meetings via Zoom. Contact us if you’d like to attend!
Tryon Creek State Natural Area
11321 SW Terwilliger Blvd
Portland, OR 97219

Meeting Materials

View and download meeting materials for the upcoming board meeting here.
  

Meeting Archives

View archives of board meetings here.

Contact

alexis@tryoncreek.org