The West Willamette Restoration Partnership (WWRP) is a coalition of engaged volunteers, community groups, landowners and organizations working to conserve and enhance the forests and natural areas of SW Portland. Our Partnership supports habitat enhancement and stewardship efforts in southwest Portland’s Willamette River subwatersheds to provide a key link in the wildlife corridor connecting Forest Park and Tryon Creek State Natural Area.
Our network of Partners form one united group. We initiate projects as a Partnership and get behind each others' projects to lend support. Within the Partnership, there are different levels of involvement, with all levels being essential for the Partnership to function efficiently and effectively. See our network of Partners below.
Core Partners within the WWRP have remained consistent over time including: City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services, Portland Parks & Recreation, West Multnomah Soil & Water Conservation District, Columbia Land Trust, Friends of Marquam Nature Park, Friends of Terwilliger, Oregon Health & Sciences University, Westside Watershed Resource Center, Backyard Habitat Certification Program, and community volunteers. The core WWRP Partners provide funding and administration of the Partnership to maintain organizational capacity and enable coordination of on-the-ground restoration work, outreach efforts, data/research management, and fundraising in the corridor across public and private land.
City of Portland
Bureau of Environmental Services
Soil & Water
City of Portland
Portland Parks & Recreation
Columbia Land Trust
Friends of Marquam Nature Park
Westside Watershed Resource Center
Backyard Habitat Certification Program
Friends of Terwilliger
Oregon Health & Science University
WWRP’s educational Partners include Portland State University, Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland Community College, and Lewis & Clark. These educational partners manage on-going research projects in the corridor, provide mentorship to students working on WWRP projects, and provide regular classroom opportunities to learn in the corridor.
Portland State University
Pacific Northwest College of Art
Portland Community College
Lewis & Clark College
Regional Partners include peer networks and the WWRP corridor neighbors Forest Park Conservancy, Friends of Tryon Creek, Tryon Creek Watershed Council, and The Intertwine.
Forest Park Conservancy
Tryon Creek Watershed Council
Friends of Tryon Creek
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