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Success Stories


Housing and trees can coexist

Developers and architects who take time to design with green space in mind can create enough space for both trees and buildings. 


Giant oaks are spared

Large equipment may be scattered across the area, but these Oregon white oaks are fenced off to prevent compaction of their roots. Here is how it can be done. 


A development that saved trees

Trillium Hollow is a co-housing community in Washington County. It sits along a tree-lined stream, but those trees were spared when 29 households were placed in an area where only one had existed before.

Judge's Gavel on Books

Clarifying land use regulations

A recent Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA) decision may help save our county's significant natural resources.  Learn more.

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