Hand-tools*, perseverance, sturdy clothing, tough shoes, and a good pair of leather gloves are what is necessary to tackle blackberry brambles. It also helps to
Have you seen signs like this? The “Partners for Clean Water” perch on sign poles along stream-sides, small and large, throughout the Tualatin River watershed. These
What is the Adopt-a-Park Program? Scott Crowell, Hillsboro Department of Parks & Recreation program manager, answered this question at a recent Friends of Glencoe Swale
There’s a problem- “The Tualatin River and most of its tributaries have been designated water quality limited under Section 303(d) of the Clean Water Act,
Invitation to the farm- FrOGS (Friends of Glencoe Swale) members were pleased by an invitation from Clean Water Services to participate in the Streamside Stewardship Program for
These are the species I spotted the last afternoon of the Bird Count.