Have you thought about what it would be like to live without toilets? According to the WHO and CDC, about 3.6 billion people don’t have access to safely managed sanitation in their home. Inadequate sanitation systems spread human waste into rivers, lakes, and soil — contaminating the water resources under our feet.
While a calendar year ends a couple of months into the wet season, a water year follows the flow of the season.
CWS is currently working to decrease the frequency of flood by raising the elevation of the path under Scholls Ferry Road.
Ensuring the health of the Tualatin River Watershed and its inhabitants is about more than just following the rules.
The Emerald Ash Borer has the potential to cause the local extinction of Oregon’s native ash species. Native ash makes up about 70% of the Willamette Valley forests that surround rivers and streams.
The Nature of Green Infrastructure online training, offered in both Spanish and English, is a cost-effective resource for landscape maintenance contractors, private property owners, and municipal staff looking to effectively inspect, maintain and ensure the compliance of vegetated water quality facilities.
Prompted by the arrival of warmer weather and the dry and hot forecast, releases of cool water began on June 22, 2022.