After its first five years of environmental research, public outreach, and policy analysis the Tillamook Bay National Estuary Project completed the Tillamook Bay Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP) in 1999. The role of the Tillamook Estuaries Partnership (Partnership) is to facilitate and lead implementation of the CCMP, while helping partners in neighboring watersheds to manage similar resource issues.
These first years of research and subsequent years resulted in the production of a wide variety of other scientific reports. Our website provides you with access to this valuable information, plus an array of pertinent reports published by other agencies and organizations, through the links below. You can also link to TEP's operating documents (such as our Workplan, Bylaws, and Financial Statements) if you'd like to learn more about our organization.
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The CCMP - Tillamook Estuaries Partnership's Tillamook Bay Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan (CCMP)
TEP Operating Documents
TEP's Financial Statements, Annual Workplans, Bylaws, and more.
Watershed & Area Information
General environmental information for the region, and a selection of local watershed assessments.
A variety of reports concerning bacteria and monitoring in our estuaries and watersheds, and links to DEQ's Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) reports for the Tillamook Bay Watershed.
Tillamook Bay Watershed River Management
Several reports on sediment accumulation, flooding, and river management in Tillamook Bay.
The Estuary and Non-Fish Species
Historical reports, habiatat information, details on invasive species in our region, and bathymetric data for Tillamook Bay.
A wealth of information on anadromous fish and other fish species in North Coast estuaries and watersheds.
Information and reports related to tidegates, dam removal, and culverts.
Wilson-Trask Wetlands Plan.
Information on identification, control, and prevention of various exotic invasive species.