Learn climate science basics, how Tualatin is expected to change, what the City of Tualatin plans to do to mitigate change, and what you can do as individuals to support Tualatin’s goals. Sponsored in-part by the Tualatin Sustainability Network. Friday, November 18 | 2-3pm
Plant sale proceeds benefit TuSN and go towards projects like plant & learns, and more!
Help to make the Back Yard Habitat (BYH) Certified Public Garden at the Tualatin Heritage Center Upgraded from a Silver Rating! Learn more about BYH Gardens and the certification levels: silver, gold, platinum and what we’re doing about it.
Learn more about native plants, fall planting irrigation and more, including public garden projects in our area to be more sustainable and help support our birds and bees!
Coffee, tea, and light refreshments provided – Free!
Looking for a way to celebrate the place we all call home? The Tualatin Sustainability Network along with Earthwise will be hosting an Earth Day trash pick-up this year. The event will not only be a great way to give back to the earth and our community, but it signifies the one year anniversary of The Tualatin Sustainability Network!
Join us Saturday for some trash pick-up fun and an opportunity to connect with your community.
All supplies necessary will be provided, along with coffee and pastries.
Date: Saturday 4/23/22 Time: 9am-12pm Location: Tualatin Community Park, main picnic shelter
Put on your walking shoes and scour the community for litter! Join the City of Tualatin and the Tualatin Sustainability Network for some fresh air, a nice walk, and make an impact on the environment. Tools, gloves, guidance, maps, and snacks will be provided. Please bring your water bottle, a litter picker if you have one and your mask as we will be following OHA guidelines.
Date: Saturday 11/6/21 Time: 9am-12:00 Location: Tualatin Community Park, main picnic shelter Click below to get registered, we hope to see you there!
Join us September 15th for our upcoming virtual event featuring speaker Susie Peterson, co-manager of the Backyard Habitat Certification Program. The Urban/Suburban environmental stewardship program is jointly managed by Columbia Land Trust and Portland Audubon.
Susie is passionate about helping community members create outdoors spaces that contribute to a healthy environment and promotes biodiversity. Before joining Columbia Land Trust she worked at Friends of Trees organizing community planting events. She’s a certified arborist and is passionate about connecting people to nature and creating wildlife habitat throughout the region.
During the presentation we will cover what the program does, how it works, what participants can expect, and how to get involved. We can’t wait to see you there!
Jim took us through the different steps involved in the composting process after giving us a tour of Tualatin’s Community Garden.
Teamwork made the composting process more efficient and fun!
After learning how to make compost tea, we ended the morning by taking a look at the multitude of saplings starting their journey of growth to become producing plants that will give back to our community.
Big thank you to Jim and everyone who participated!
Join us for a hands on learning experience at Tualatin Community Garden brought to you by Jim Serrill, also known as “Timber Jim” who started our city’s community garden that has been around for several years and has provided 3600 pounds of food for The Tualatin School House Pantry. If you have a pitchfork, garden sheers,or loppers to use for the morning please bring them!