JOIN THE TRYON CREEK WATERSHED COUNCIL FOR OUR ANNUAL STATE OF THE WATERSHED SCIENCE TALK!
Thursday, May 31, 6 – 8pm at Lucky Lab Public House in Multnomah Village
We have fish-friendly habitat in our creek system! That’s right – the US Fish & Wildlife Service and Portland Bureau of Environmental Services recently published a paper about our Tryon Creek Watershed – and they will be presenting their findings and chatting about fish, wildlife, and habitat at the Tryon Creek Watershed Council’s annual State of the Watershed Event. This year being held at the Lucky Lab Public House in Multnomah Village, with grant support from the City of Portland and Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc. Pizza and salad provided but registration required – TICKETS HERE!
We are very excited to share that the US Fish & Wildlife Service recently published a paper,”An urban stream can support a healthy population of coastal cutthroat trout” in Urban Ecosystems. They found the characteristics of Coastal Cutthroat Trout in …Continue reading →
We’re partnering with the PCC Sylvania Habitat Restoration Team to host a No Ivy Day site on Saturday, October 28! Join us for a free, family-friendly, ivy-pulling event. We’ll provide tools, gloves, and snacks. Contact Terri Preeg Riggsby for more …Continue reading →
As many of you have probably heard by now, I am leaving my role as Volunteer Coordinator for TCWC at the end of June. My husband recently graduated law school and we will be relocating to California where he will …Continue reading →
FREE Watershed Stewardship Training April 9, 1 – 4:30pm Classroom located in the Tryon Creek Nature Center, 11321 SW Terwilliger Blvd Join the Tryon Creek Watershed Council and the Friends of Tryon Creek’s Backyard Habitat Program for an informative (and FREE) watershed stewardship …Continue reading →
Meet Council Member Carl Axelsen Carl Axelsen is a citizen volunteer with the watershed council who became involved about ten years ago. He was initially hired as the Tryon Creek Watershed Council Coordinator and served in that role for two …Continue reading →
November 25, 10am-2pm Tryon Creek Nature Center 11321 SW Terwilliger Blvd, Portland, OR 97219 TCWC will be hosting a native plant sale for Green Friday at Tryon Creek State Natural Area. Our plant sale is one of the many fun …Continue reading →
Meet GIS volunteer Erin Miller Erin initially became involved with the TCWC from April-June of this year through the Portland Community College GIS Certificate program. For her community partnership project, she helped to map the locations and catalog the conditions of …Continue reading →
Meet 2016 TCWC Volunteer of the Year Jackie Brenner! I initially got involved with TCWC in late January 2016. I was working a desk job at a private environmental data firm at the time and wanted to be more connected …Continue reading →
Some folks donate their time, some their money, and others – their data! This week’s featured friend, Ruby Buchholtz, just finished up a graduate program at Portland State, and worked collaboratively with TCWC as a project partner on her project. …Continue reading →