Video presentation by City of Gresham
Video presentation by Columbia Land Trust
Short video (3 minutes) by Portland Audubon on what causes birds to hit windows & actions to take to prevent birds hitting windows
Short video by Backyard Habitat
DIY Guides In PDFs & Videos For Attracting Nesters
Zuriel van Belle from the Portland Urban Coyote Project (PUCP) discusses how to identify coyotes and their signs, what to do when you see a coyote, coyote life history, and…
This live talk is a part of Johnson Creek Watershed Council’s Community Education Series partnering with The Beaver Coalition. All talks are live, virtual, free of cost, and are recorded…
Co-hosted by Backyard Habitat, Clackamas River Basin Council, Clackamas SWCD & National Wildlife Federation, about gardening practices to support wildlife & create habitat
Virtual workshop – Tualatin SWCD workshop (2 hours) about applying the principles of naturescaping by creating a site design
Virtual workshop – East Multnomah SWCD workshop (2hrs 45mins) introduction to the basics of creating a naturecape
Virtual workshop – Tualatin Soil & Water Conservation District workshop (50 minutes) introducing viewers to the basic principles of naturescaping
Recorded presentation (4 1/2 minutes) explaining naturescaping in the context of the program.
A short Backyard Habitat video (4 minutes) explaining naturescaping in the context of the program
Recorded presentation by Tualatin SWCD & West Multnomah SWCD about how different gardening practices can increase soil health.
A short video (2 mins) discussing why we focus on native plants as a program
A documentary by OPB about noxious weeds.
A short video by Tryon Creek Watershed Council on how to remove tree ivy
Short videos by WMSWCD on noxious weed ID & removal (i.e. blackberry, clematis, garlic mustard, holly, ivy, knotweed, spurge laurel, & scotch broom)
Recorded presentation (2 hours) by EMSWCD about how to identify and remove common weeds (many of them on BHCP’s priority noxious weed list). Complete the registration form to receive a link…
Friends of Tryon Creek’s Executive Director, Gabe Sheoships, facilitated this talk with Robin Wall Kimmerer, author of the book Braiding Sweetgrass.