Westlake Oak Woodland: Restoring a Vanishing Habitat

The Westlake neighborhood, which was created in the 1980s, is graced with mature oak trees in private yards and green spaces. Many of the homes in the neighborhood back up to the wooded open space, which was left undeveloped when the houses were built in order to...

Support the OLWC Hallinan Fund

The Coalition for Hallinan Woods Nature Park is a neighborhood organization working to preserve and expand a nature park adjacent to Hallinan Elementary School. We are partnering with Oswego Lake Watershed Council (OLWC) to raise funds in support of Hallinan Woods....
Watershed Works

Watershed Works

Watershed Works is a collaboration of Portland-Metro regional Watershed Councils and Soil and Water Conservation Districts. This publication is a platform for sharing our regional efforts in improving water quality and overall watershed health. Click on the image...
OLWC Volunteers in the news!

OLWC Volunteers in the news!

Lake Oswego Parks & Recreation Department works to remove and control infestations of invasive species on public lands throughout the city. But invasive species also threaten ecosystems on private land, and property owners sometimes aren’t aware of the problem or...
PAST PROJECTS

PAST PROJECTS

The OLWC partners with the community on projects to improve the health and function of the Oswego Lake watershed. For examples of these projects, click on the links below: Current Projects 2017 OWEB Small Grants: Brighton Home Owners Association – CLICK FOR...