Tualatin Riverkeepers


Tualatin Riverkeepers is a community-based organization that protects and restores the Tualatin River watershed, building watershed stewardship through engagement, advocacy, education, restoration, and access.

Bottom Line for Portland

Tualatin Riverkeepers is the only community-based organization that advocates for a healthy Tualatin River. As the Tualatin River traverses from the coastal range, through rural and urban lands, to the confluence with the Willamette River, it provides drinking water to more than half a million people, while also offering fun, family-friendly recreational opportunities. Creating a resilient watershed that can survive the impacts of climate change will be achieved by empowering the community to learn and engage in watershed stewardship and ensuring equitable public access to the Tualatin River.  


“The Tualatin River is essential for wildlife habitat, our drinking water, and recreation. It is a success story of restoration, going from nearly unusable in the 1960s to the beautiful clear waterway it is now. Tualatin Riverkeepers is committed to building on that success in the face of current challenges, making sure that the River continues to serve people and wildlife. I am happy to contribute monthly to that mission” - Anne Thrall-Nash, Tualatin Riverkeepers Member 

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

We work to engage with all communities in the watershed to ensure they have a voice and can access the river in the manner they choose. Through our equitable access work, we partner with government and community partners throughout the watershed to break down the barriers to accessing, stewarding, and enjoying the Tualatin River, most notably through our partner paddles that get kids and underserved groups experiencing the river.


Throughout the campaign, we're offering the following great incentives:


$25 - Donors will receive a $5 off certificate to Bosky Dell Natives, a West Linn nursery specializing in plants native to the Northwest.

$25 - Donors (21 and older) will receive a 2024 Friends and Family Card - good for 25% off every visit - to Northwest Cannabis Company

$50 - Donors at this level will receive $10 off a 2024 kayak, canoe, or standup paddleboard rental at TRK's summer rentals in Cook Park in Tigard or Rood Bridge Park in Hillsboro.

$100 - Donors will receive their choice of an original framed wildlife photo (more than 100 to choose from), courtesy of renowned Oregon wildlife photographer Jim Cruce.



Bosky Dell Natives

Northwest Cannabis Company

Jim Cruce Photography

Brew Dr. Kombucha

$14,811 raised of $15,000 goal
187 donations
99% of Goal


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Year Founded: 1993

Tax ID: 943184499

Tualatin Riverkeepers is in the Environment category which is sponsored by A to Z Wineworks.

They're a small-sized organization with activities in Clackamas Co., Multnomah Co. and Washington Co.

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