2017 Exhibitors

Friends of Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge The National Wildlife Refuge Association 2014 FRIENDS GROUP OF THE YEAR. The mission of the Friends is to support the Tualatin River National Wildlife Refuge. We are dedicated to protecting and restoring refuge habitats as well as providing nature education and recreation. The Friends welcome you to the join them in their mission. Membership and donations are what allow us to continue to offer our award winning programs. Join the Friends today and receive 20% off in our Natures' Overlook Bookstore during the Festival.

2017Friends of the Refuge Summer Nature Camp Information about the Friends of the Refuge camp will be available at the Welcome table. Only a few spots are left. Camp is for children entering 3rd - 6th grade in the Fall of 2016. The week long camps run from July11-15 or July 25-29 from 8:30-12:30. Camp takes place at the TRNWR, $95.00. Scholarships are available for students who qualify for free or reduced lunch.

Clean Water Services Your clean water utility. Customers enjoy clean water and healthy rivers and streams through innovative wastewater and storm water services, flood management projects, water quality and stream enhancement projects, fish habitat protection, and more.

Backyard Bird Shop A local flock of shops connecting people with nature for 25 years.

Oregon Waterfowl Festival 

I'm Hooked I'm Hooked is dedicated to making a reel difference in the lives of children by promoting positive youth development.

Friends of Trees The mission of Friends of Trees is to bring people together to plant and care for city trees and green spaces in the Northwest.

Portland Audubon Society Protecting Wildlife and Habitat

Prescott Bluebird Recovery Project The Prescott Bluebird Recovery Project is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the recovery, restoration, and enhancement of the Western Bluebird and other native cavity nesting birds. The Western Bluebird is listed as a “sensitive species” in Oregon by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife.

The Nature Conservancy Working in all 50 United States and 35 countries, The Nature Conservancy's vision is to protect nature and preserve life. In Oregon, the Conservancy owns 40 preserves, and has protected 511,000 acres and 425 miles of rivers and streams since it began in 1961. Work in Oregon is guided by innovative science and driven by 35,000 supporters, 700 active volunteers and 85 staffers.

Tualatin River Photo Society The photo society meets the first Thursday of the month at 7:30pm in the Riparian Room to share their images and learn new photographic techniques.

Tualatin River Watershed Council The Tualatin River Watershed Council links land, water and people. We bring together all interests in the basin to promote and improve watershed health.

Tualatin Soil and Water Conservation District Helping preserve, protect and enhance natural resources in Washington County.

Tualatin Valley Trout Unlimited Tualatin Valley Trout Unlimited is a cold water fisheries conservation organization dedicated to protecting and restoring the native runs of trout, steelhead and salmon that define our region and heritage.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Law Enforcement Meet US. Fish and Wildlife Service Special Agents and learn about the effects of illegal national and international wildlife trade. Get an up close look at illegal wildlife trade items that have been confiscated by our agents. Learn what you can do to reduce this trade’s harmful effects.

Washington County Visitors Association The WCVA is a non-profit organization that promotes tourism in Washington County, Oregon. 

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