TEP's annual Fundraiser - Celebrate the Bounty of the Bays - will be held February 29th, 2020. Save the date, tickets will be on sale soon!
The Mt. Adams Institute and Tillamook Estuaries Partnership are excited to bring back the national career training program for military veterans, VetsWork Environment. The VetsWork program provides an opportunity for local Veterans to transition to a career in natural resources and public lands management.
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!
TEP Awarded $10,000 Grant
The Tillamook River Wetlands Project received a $10,000 grant from the Gregory S. Cermak and Melody L. Oakley Fund for Disabilities, Education and the Environment, moving TEP closer to restoring 70 acres of tidal wetlands within the Tillamook Bay Estuary.
TEP participated in a recently published study that used Microbial Source Tracking (MST) to identify various sources that may be contributing to bacteria pollution in the Tillamook Bay Watershed.
Explore Nature is a series of hikes, walks, paddles and outdoor adventures...
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.
We're celebrating 25 Years as a Bay of National Significance with support from Visit Tillamook Coast and the Economic Development Council of Tillamook County.
Left Coast Raw is a corporate sponsor of the Tillamook Estuaries Partnership located on the Oregon coast.
Left Coast Raw will be donating 1% of gross profits from their Dawn Patrol Premium Shake Blend.
The story map describes the 28 National Estuary Programs, the issues they face, and how place-based partnerships coordinate local actions.