The Tillamook Bay Watershed Council (TBWC) will resume its 2019 Speaker Series tonight, Tuesday March 26th with special guest Troy Abercrombie, Weed Coordinator for the Tillamook County Soil and Water Conservation District (TCSWCD). Troy will give a report on the district’s watershed-scale efforts to eradicate Japanese knotweed from the Nestucca and Tillamook River basins. This approach is showing promising results, and these top-down treatments of watersheds will be expanding to other Tillamook County streams in the coming years. Don’t miss this chance to learn about knotweed treatment from our local experts. The Council’s monthly business meeting will follow the presentation, including updates on our local watershed projects. Doors open at 5:30PM and the meeting will start at 6PM in the Hatfield Room at the Tillamook County Library, 1716 3rd Street in downtown Tillamook.
TBWC announces our second Waterfront Work Party on Hoquarton Slough, Saturday April 27th from 9AM to 3PM. Our first event in March was very successful, and we’ve got one more chance to pitch in before the City’s grand re-opening of it’s waterfront parks on May 4th. The City is picking up the pizza and soft drinks, and we’ll bring gloves and hand tools.
April 11th and 26th – NORP Potting Parties, 10AM to 3PM, Camp Tillamook, (TBWC Board members need to contribute volunteer hours to meet our partnership obligations)
April 27th – Waterfront Work Party, 9AM to 3PM, Hoquarton Park
April 30th – TBWC Monthly Meeting & Council Self Evaluation Exercise, 6PM to 8PM, Tillamook County Library
May 4th – Tillamook Waterfront Walk Grand Re-opening, 10AM to 2PM, Sue H. Elmore Park
May 28th – TBWC Speaker Series & Monthly Meeting featuring Tillamook High School 2019 Science Projects, 6PM to 8PM, Tillamook County Library