Blossoms give… and ask nothing in return. Blossoms provide joy… with silent demureness. Blossoms are faithful… come of own free-will. Blossoms awaken… benevolent in Nature.
This trail runs along a short arm of the Glencoe Swale watershed. It’s a place wildlife calls home… Jackson Woods Nature Reserve provides habitat for a
Native plants aren’t the only ones gearing up for showing off this spring. Invasive plants are already beginning to make themselves known: This species was
Leaf litter… the good litter. Thrown down by Mother Nature, herself, in the fall when the long days of summer come to an end and daylight
In Oregon, many of the nurse stumps in our forests are connected to both Human History and Natural History. Glance into the woods here to see what
Day pollinators on wildflowers at Jackson Bottom Wetland in Hillsboro, Oregon: Beyond the crucial ecosystem services they provide, pollinators are a diverse and fascinating group
Raspberries in the making. One more month, and this is what we hope to begin picking… Thank you, Honey Bees!
Trying out a new tool- Weed Watchers Guide for the Tualatin River Watershed is a handy tool for identifying EDRR weeds. (It’s presented at a Weed Watchers