We’re pleased to invite you to join us at one or both of our upcoming free Watershed 101 workshops, which will be streamed live via Zoom. Both of these workshops will begin in grounding us in what watersheds are, and include a brief virtual tour of the Tryon Creek watershed.
Please sign up -for either or both- via the Google Form at this link (click here), and reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Saturday September 19th, 10-11am
Tryon Creek watershed: Plants, pollinators, and the watershed! How are trees & fish connected?
Just in time for planting season, we’ll be focusing on native plants and wildlife. We’ll give you some actionable items and tips on how to support pollinators and how to prevent and remove invasive species, and explain why the Tryon Creek Watershed Council focuses on native plants, including the connection to fish!
Saturday September 26th, 10-11am
Tryon Creek watershed: Fish in the creek, fish passage barriers, and the watershed! How are parking lots and fish connected?
We’ll “dive in” a bit more! This time we’ll focus on the fish in the Tryon Creek watershed. We’ll share what the Tryon Creek Watershed Council and other groups do to support our urban fish population, and what you can do, too!
Thanks to the Community Watershed Stewardship Program of the City of Portland’s Bureau of Environmental Services for funding this program!