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Home and Habitat

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Published on Sep 22, 2010

What happens to water when it rains? How does what you do in your backyard relate to your neighbors? Or nearby parks and creeks?

Why are removing invasive plants, installing native plants, managing stormwater, and other watershed restoration actions important for people and wildlife?

http://wrc.swni.org

Shot and edited by David Pickar. Produced by SW Neighborhoods, Inc. and the SW Watershed Resource Center with funding from West Multnomah Soil and Water Conservation District. http://www.wmswcd.org

Special thanks to Audubon Society of Portland, Backyard Habitat Certification Program (Columbia Land Trust), Emerald Tree LLC, EnviroLogic Resources, Friends of Marquam Nature Park, Friends of Terwilliger, Friends of Vermont Creek, Green Girl Land Development Solutions, Northwest Service Academy, Portland Parks and Recreation, Tryon Creek Watershed Council, Xerces Society, and many SW watershed stewards volunteers for participating in this project...and for the health of our creeks, natural areas and wildlife.

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