Programs and Projects
Growing native plants helps preserve endangered species and discourage invasives, supports bees and other pollinators, and creates beautiful natural spaces. See how you can get involved!Grow native plants
Every year, Benton SWCD holds a Native Plant Sale. This is a great place for you to purchase native plants of the Willamette Valley and support conservation efforts in Benton County.View plant catalog
Have you heard the news? A silent invasion is infiltrating Benton County and compromising the integrity of our habitats and natural resources.Learn about our Invasives Program
We participate in and offer a variety of programs and resources.View the Youth Ed Page
The Soil Quality Project provides farmers with f in-field and laboratory soil assessments.Dig into soil quality!
By using the Jackson-Frazier Watershed as our Oregon Department of Agriculture-mandated focus area, we work with the rural residential and agricultural producers to improve and protect the integrity of the upper reaches of a rural watershed as it becomes developed over the next forty years.Read more
A 28 acre portion of the Willamette River Greenway is the site of a demonstration project for riparian forest restoration practices and future riparian forest ecology studies in a bottomland forest.Read more
The Willamette Mainstem Cooperative (WMC) is group of landowners, organizations, and volunteers working together to improve stewardship across all landownerships along the mainstem of the Willamette River.Dive into the Willamette Mainstem!
Contact us to set up a site visit to discuss your conservation concerns.Request assistance