Clean Water Services works in partnership with a variety of area organizations and local cities. If you are looking to make a bigger impact in your community, connect with one of the organizations below, check with your local city or visit Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge, Jackson Bottom Wetlands or The Intertwine. Public agencies in the Tualatin River Watershed can join the Partners for Clean Water.
The Partners for Clean Water have increased awareness about non-point source pollution by leveraging resources and funding to deliver programs at low cost to very large audiences since 1993.
Friends of Trees is a 501(c)3 nonprofit whose mission is to bring people together to plant and care for city trees and green spaces in Pacific Northwest communities. Since Friends of Trees was founded by Richard Seidman in 1989, they have planted nearly half a million trees and native plants.
SOLVE is a state-wide non-profit organization that takes action every day to keep Oregon clean and green. They mobilize volunteers and organize cleanup and restoration projects throughout the state. SOLVE strives to clean, restore, educate and involve the community through volunteerism.
The Extension Service provides knowledge from universities nationwide. With objective researched-based information, their commitment is to the families, youths, schools, agricultural producers, foresters and governments residing in Washington County.
Tualatin Riverkeepers takes a proactive approach to advocacy for clean waters, empowers the diversity of stakeholders in the Tualatin River Basin to care for our unique river and educates youth and future activists with creative curriculum inspired by local ecological traditions.
The Tualatin River Watershed Council is comprised of representatives that promote sustainability and watershed-wise practices by connecting volunteers, friends groups, and landowners with resources to restore and protect the watershed.
Wetlands clean and recharge our water supply, provide critical fish and wildlife habitat, and protect our communities from floods. They are some of the most biologically rich and productive lands in Oregon. Learn how The Wetlands Conservancy is conserving these important places.