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TAKING LOCAL ACTION TOWARD A HEALTHY AND ABUNDANT WORLD

Ash Creek

Naturescaping

 

Habitat connectivity across public and private lands is essential to achieve long term environmental sustainability. Let us turn your backyard into an ecological sanctuary with a rotational bloom of native plants which you AND local wildlife can enjoy.

Habitat Restoration

 

Our decades of experience - in site evaluation, project oversight, plant selection and installation, and targeted weed control - make Ash Creek an outstanding choice for a full-service restoration contractor. 

We can handle anything from small mitigation sites to complex, thousand-acre ecosystems.

Rescued Plants

Plants can take years to grow to their full potential. When they are slated to be removed so the land can be used for something else, we come in and save them, giving them another chance at life. Think of our nursery as a pet adoption agency, but for plants!

 

Professional Environmental Services

Botanical Surveys

Drone Survey

EAB Survey / Treatment

Environmental Consulting

GIS Mapping / Analysis

Master Plan Writing

Mitigation Consultation

Monitoring Reports

Project Design & Oversight

Soil Testing

Wildlife Surveys

 

Ash Creek

Since 1997, Ash Creek has managed thousands of acres of Pacific Northwest habitat, developing best practices to restore ecosystem health and ensure success for our clients.  Our commitment to sustainable business practices for both our employees and the environment is the foundation of our B-Corp status. We are proud members of the Intertwine Alliance

Our name is ‘Ash Creek Forest Management,’ because we apply principles from forestry, botany and ecology to the management of Pacific Northwest habitats.  Since our first project along the Ash Creek tributary of the Tualatin River in 1997, we have:   

  • Planted over 20 million native trees, shrubs, grasses, and forbs.

  • Re-established thousands of acres of native prairie, savanna, wetland and forest habitat 

 

Our sites now support hundreds of species of native fish and wildlife - rare and threatened salmon and lamprey, red-legged frog, spotted owl, and olive-sided flycatcher.