We are the only non-profit dedicated to advocating for water quality, ecosystem sustainability, and improving the health of the Tualatin watershed in Washington County.

We have many priorities that guide our advocacy work. We advocate for the river and the species that rely on it such as the threatened winter steelhead.We will continue to advocate for increased numbers of “access” points from which individuals can sustainably recreate on or along the Tualatin River. We also ensure that the Clean Water Act is being enforced for companies, developments, and individuals. We also are working on reducing the impact of erosion along the main stem of the Tualatin River.

We offer a variety of resources for you to get involved with protecting and enhancing water quality and ecosystem services in the watershed. Below are some of the resources that can help folks understand how and why protecting our natural resources is important and needed.

Learn More

Maps of the Tualatin River Watershed
Westside Regional Water Providers
Projects We Are Working On
A Guide to Protecting Wetlands
Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL) Milestones
The Clean Water Act
2019 State Legislation Watch

Stay In Touch

We need you to be our eyes, ears, and noses on the ground. If you think something may be decreasing water quality contact us or report it on Water Reporter. You can also sign up for our newsletter to receive Action Alerts about water quality projects and issues in the region.