Following CDC guidelines in regards to coronavirus, TEP Staff will be working staggered schedules until future notice. The best way to reach TEP staff is by email. Staff email addresses can be found under the "Who we are" Staff page.
Located on the north coast of Oregon, we are dedicated to conserving and restoring Tillamook County's estuaries and watersheds in their entirety. With a committed staff and a large team of volunteers we spend our efforts targeting water quality, habitat loss, erosion and sedimentation, and flooding through restoration, monitoring, education and outreach. more...
TEP is hiring a 2nd Habitat Restoration Project Manager. Click on the title of this post for a full job description and how to apply! Applications due October 31st.
Hear the water calling your name? Time to make a difference – join the TEP Board. Tillamook Estuaries Partnership is seeking dedicated community members to fill two open positions on our Board of Directors. If you are passionate about our clean water, healthy habitats, abundant fish and wildlife, and vibrant communities, this may be the opportunity for you! Click on the title of this post or on the picture to learn more.
TEP is looking for 1-2 volunteers to collect water quality samples at Sand Lake. Click on the picture or title of this post to learn more.
Just Released! Highlighting the work of TEP and our partners over the last five years, the 2020 State of the Bays Report provides a snapshot of the health of the five watersheds and estuaries in Tillamook County.
Congress reaffirmed its commitment to the National Estuary Program by signing the Protect and Restore America’s Estuaries Act law. Learn more about what this means for TEP and Tillamook County.
The Peterson Creek Fish Passage project was completed in fall 2020, successfully replacing an undersized, failing culvert to improve access to more than 6 miles of habitat.
We recently updated our Comprehensive Conservation Management Plan - the document that will guide TEP's work for the next 10 years. Learn more bout the work that we do and our goals for the future!
Explore our Interactive Map to learn more about TEP Projects, Water Quality Test Results, and navigating local Water Trails
The history and implementation of the SFC-Landowner Preferred Alternative, a 520 acre flood mitigation and tidal wetland restoration project.
The story map describes the 28 National Estuary Programs, the issues they face, and how place-based partnerships coordinate local actions.