One Water: 2017 in Review
The water we have today is all the water we’ve ever had – and all the water we will ever have. It is borrowed, made clean again, and returned to the Earth. Explore our 2017 Annual Report and learn what it takes to:
- Clean a record-breaking 30 billion gallons of used water.
- Address dam safety and long-term water supply at Hagg Lake.
- In North Bethany, find an engineering solution that protects the creek bed and satisfies community needs.
- Launch a series of bilingual and bicultural Watershed Health Walks.
- Engage 12,000+ students in education programs, in the field, lab and classroom.
- Meet more than a third of our energy needs through on-site energy efficiency projects.
Partnerships—with cities, schools, residents, businesses, farmers, developers and community groups—are essential to everything we do. Thank you for your role in our collective stewardship of One Water in the Tualatin River Watershed.