South of Forest Grove lies a series of hills, forests, and wetlands that connect the interior headwaters of the Tualatin Valley to the coast range. With multiple public land management agencies involved, the area is being transformed into a wildlife corridor spanning thousands of acres. Low value agricultural fields are being converted into emergent wetlands where thousands of waterfowl now thrive. Extensive piping and drainage tiles have been removed in order to restore local hydrology, stream channels have been daylighted after decades underground. Conifer plantations are being thinned to create more resilient forest communities. Mosaic Ecology is proud to work for a wide variety of partners to help to establish native plant communities throughout the area. Since 2015, Mosaic Ecology has planted over 500,000 trees and shrubs in the upper Tualatin watershed. By 2024, we hope to reach one million. In the decades to come, this area will become a thriving network of farmland, forests, wetlands, and human communities. We are honored to play a part in the process.