Read about Weed Watcher Workshops offered by Tualatin Soil & Water Conservation District.
This is an active post. I will be adding photos and information throughout the month.
The City of Hillsboro listened and heard the concerns voiced by Friends of Glencoe Swale about adverse affects caused by the 2016 Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM).
Northern Flickers are the only woodpeckers that frequently feed on the ground. I wonder if that’s because they prefer eating ants. Ants can make up 45% of their diet.
I believe our “Neighbor-to-Neighbor approach for “Paying attention to our watershed” has a lot of merit. The City of Hillsboro heard our concerns about adverse
Headwaters to NE Roghan Street It’s been a while since Glencoe Swale was photo-chronicled. The colored stars on the map mark the areas that were visited
Say NO To Plastic Straws Please… Start today, then, make it a life-long habit. Header photo credit: http://www.66-SecondChallenge.com
Glencoe Swale is a remarkable sub-watershed of McKay Creek… which flows in the greater Tualatin River watershed. “Along the Swale” features photos and stories that highlight the natural history of Glencoe Swale. Find out what kinds of wildlife dwell in our suburban wetland/creek/forest ecosystems.