Where are the turtles of Washington County? Can they live in urban settings? What do they need to thrive?
From shopping local native plant sales to implementing natural landscapes and water-friendly gardening practices in your yard, these resources will get your garden growing.
People and pets should avoid contact with Hall Creek in the area of Raleigh Park due to the possibility of increased bacteria in the water.
Local biologists need your help as they identify the diverse array of birds, mammals, amphibians, reptiles, insects and plants that call Fernhill home.
We've been in a committed relationship with the Tualatin River for more than 45 years, join us in showing the river some love.
Stock up on native plants to help create a natural landscape that needs less water and fewer chemicals, and is resistant to pests and diseases.
Celebrate World Wetlands Day February 2 by learning about the benefits and importance of wetlands.
The "big flush" myth is false. Our wastewater system isn't full at Super Bowl halftime because it takes a while for what you flush to reach our facilities.
Rapid snowmelt and heavy rains have caused localized flooding and several reported sewage overflows in Washington County.
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