Habitat Restoration

Habitat restoration is at the core of all the work we do, whether it’s in a forest, an urban garden, along a stream or on a farm.  In both the urban and rural areas, the District works with landowners to control invasive species, integrate native plants into the landscape, enhance wildlife habitat, and learn how to plan and implement conservation projects. The District pays particular attention to protecting, enhancing and expanding regionally significant habitats such as riparian, oak woodlands and savanna, meadow, wet prairie, upland forest and other wetlands/ponds.

Our habitat restoration efforts occur in urban and rural areas and may include the following programs:

MeadowscapingUrban Watershed Mentors, Stormwater Demonstration Projects, Healthy Streams, PollinatorsNative white oak woodlands and meadows, and Moorages & Marinas, and restoration of privately-owned natural areas.

We are currently working on a large habitat restoration project on Sauvie Island, the Sturgeon Lake Restoration Project.

 


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Homestead Neighborhood

Homestead Neighborhood Marquam-Terwilliger Corridor Project   Connect SW PDX Social Networks » Read your neighbors’ stories on Facebook and Twitter » See photos of projects in action George Himes Restoration » Read the project summary » […]

Annual Report 2015-16

The West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District has ended its 2015-16 fiscal year with a bang! Close to 70 partners and supporters celebrated the District’s success and honored past and future leaders at a […]

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