Posted on Jan. 4th, 2021
Posted on Aug. 5th, 2020Undersized, damaged, aging culverts can limit access to important stream habitat for fish and other aquatic organisms. They can also seriously affect transportation if a culvert fails or negatively impacts the road above.
Posted on Apr. 10th, 2020Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) Oregon through our national habitat arm, Building Conservation Trust (BCT), has joined Tillamook Estuaries Partnership (TEP) and the North Coast Land Conservancy, to help fund and fully restore 73 acres of tidal ...read more
Posted on Nov. 19th, 2019The Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board (OWEB) selected Tillamook Estuaries Partnership to receive more than $440,000 in grant funding at their October 15-16 board meeting in Condon.
Posted on Jul. 23rd, 2019TEP 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. Fecal waste can ...read more
Posted on Jul. 16th, 2019A $10,000 grant awarded in June (2019) by the Gregory S. Cermak and Melody L. Oakley Fund for Disabilities, Education and the Environment moves Tillamook Estuaries Partnership (TEP) closer to restoring 70 acres of tidal wetlands within the Tillamook ...read more
Posted on Mar. 31st, 2019
Posted on Mar. 28th, 2019Together, Left Coast Raw and TEP seek to foster healthy lifestyle choices that benefit the environment. Both organizations believe that clean water, healthy habitats, abundant wildlife, and education for people of all ages are essential to vibrant co ...read more