About Natural Resources
The Tualatin Hills Park & Recreation District manages about 1,300 acres of natural areas, which provide a variety of benefits including ecosystem services, recreation, trails and learning opportunities. The Natural Resources Department serves as the steward of these areas, and also provides:
- Management of wildlife habitat and native plant communities.
- Educational programs, events, and activities throughout the Park District, with the Tualatin Hills Nature Park Interpretive Center serving as the hub.
- Information about and coordination of the Park District's trail network.
- Direction for volunteer and community service projects for environmental education, trail stewardship, and restoration of natural areas for individuals, businesses, or organizations.
For questions about natural areas, trails, or environmental education programs, call 503/629-6350.
This page was last updated on Monday March 17 2014 at 8:00 AM.