Mark your Calendar – You’re Invited! October 2022 Climate Resilience Training for Oregon Ag Professionals: Expand Your Toolbox for Oregon GrowersVirtual live sessions 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.Every Wednesday in October: 10/05, 10/12, 10/19, and 10/26 Oregon Climate and Agriculture Network and our 2022 Planning Team are designing the weekly agendas based on feedback and lessons learned from last […]
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In 2022, many parts of Oregon experienced the wettest Spring on record. This created the perfect environment for slugs and snails that harm plants. Check out Oregon State University’s guide for controlling slugs in your yard or garden.
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A recent collaboration between Tualatin SWCD and community members living along Hall Creek has resulted in approximately seven acres of improved, connected habitat that will benefit wildlife, water quality, and people.
This Conservation Academy is about two things: giving Pathways Interns hands-on experience with various natural resource inventory techniques, and assisting Gilliam SWCD with a very big conservation project. Also, sweat, sore feet, and sunburns.
As part of a regional effort among conservation groups, Tualatin SWCD is working to protect and restore Oregon white oak ecosystems. Since most of the oak habitat that’s left in Washington County is on private lands, participation by residents is critical to this conservation initiative.