Watershed Alliance of Southwest Washington

Vancouver, Washington, United States

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The Watershed Alliance works to educate and engage community members to be active stewards of SW Washington area’s natural legacy, with a focus on creeks, rivers, and lakes. They provide hands on opportunities for children and adults to participate in the restoration and protection of local waterways.

Upcoming Events

November Tree Planting — Watershed Alliance of Southwest Washington

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November Tree Planting

Watershed Alliance of Southwest Washington

Come plant native trees with the Watershed Alliance to help protect the water quality in Burnt Bridge Creek. Historically, this creek is known for high levels of pollution and having invasive plants run alongside it. Luckily, over the last few decades, a lot of work has been done to reverse

December Tree Planting — Watershed Alliance of Southwest Washington

Event from Watershed Alliance of Southwest Washington

December Tree Planting

Watershed Alliance of Southwest Washington

Come plant native trees with the Watershed Alliance to help protect the water quality in Burnt Bridge Creek. Historically, this creek is known for high levels of pollution and having invasive plants run alongside it. Luckily, over the last few decades, a lot of work has been done to reverse

Invasive Plant Removal – MLK Day of Service — Watershed Alliance of Southwest Washington

Event from Watershed Alliance of Southwest Washington

Invasive Plant Removal – MLK Day of Service

Watershed Alliance of Southwest Washington

English ivy is an invasive species that spreads quickly and climbs up all the trees. When it takes over an area, the native animals and plants that are originally from here are negatively impacted. Join the Watershed Alliance to remove invasive plant species and help protect the natural area in

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